Well-being in the office places people at the centre of every choice, even when it’s time to take a break.
We spend a large part of our daily life and time in the office. But it’s not just about quantity, because it’s the quality of time that allows us to best express our value, leaving the right space for every moment of the day.
The break is a time to unplug and unwind from work activities and can represent a turning point if it occurs in the ideal setting. Having a coffee, eating your meal: these are some of the situations that create a typical office “break”.
A company that invests in an ad hoc project and specific solutions to better manage the break of its employees can draw great benefits from it that will increase wellbeing and a sense of belonging.