In the midst of the current fragile economic climate, it’s not just homeowners and families who are feeling the pinch and looking for ways to save money, wherever they can. Hundreds of thousands of companies across the world are skirting the fine line between profit and loss, and doing whatever they can to stay out of the red – without having to make redundancies or even folding.
And although a clean, clutter-free and well-kept workplace is absolutely vital to keep staff happy and productive, it’s also very fair to say that cleaning an office – whether it’s a small home office or a workplace with hundreds of staff – can sometimes cost a fair bit of money. And just like when it galls to spend personal money on cleaning products rather than food or treats, many business owners aren’t happy when they’re forced to spend a portion of their hard-earned turnover on cleaning products.
So how can a business save money through cleaning? Is it possible to have an enjoyable, profitable office that’s kept clean on a shoestring? Continue reading
We all get sick from time to time and depending on your job, you might have to work or face other consequences, especially if it’s just a cold. As a lifelong sufferer of allergies, I occasionally get a flare up that I have to work through because I can’t afford to take the day off. Here are some tips for how to work when you are sick. Continue reading
From photos to movies to documents, your digital life is becoming more and more essential to your everyday life and you should protect it. Backing up your data is one of the most important things you can do to ensure a worry-free life in the case of a computer disaster. Continue reading
Because of back to school sales and electronics retailers rolling out new models, August is a great time to buy a new computer. Here is a guide to saving money when buying a computer. Continue reading
Working in an office usually means prolonged periods of sitting at a desk, which isn’t the healthiest way to spend most of your day. Here are some free exercises you can do at work, most of them at your desk. Continue reading