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Jane Cowan-Harris being presented with a certificate by Mark English

What do you prefer to read? A lengthy report full of irrelevant information, or a concise summary with relevant recommendations? When I started working for myself back in 2004, I already had over 20 years experience as an Occupation Therapist and knew that when they engaged me to complete workplace assessments, few organisations wanted to ...

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Four black bottles on a shelf with large white labels featuring the letters M, C, S and B, plus a cake of soap wrapped in paper with the letter S on the front

I believe workplace wellness includes taking care of customers as well as employees, and I love it when I come across simple but quirky solutions to everyday problems. Here are a couple I have recently discovered that I would like to share with you. The first idea was shared at the Be.Accessible team day, held ...

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Small changes can make a big difference

If you’re reading this at work, stop for a moment. Look around you. If you’re somewhere else, close your eyes and imagine your desk or your work space. Do you like what you see, or do you think your surroundings could do with a bit of a lift next year? If the latter sounds like ...

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Bright sunshine generates bright shafts of light - can be hard to work with

Those of you who are familiar with WorkSpace IQ are likely to know that sustainability is central to our business mission and purpose. Not only do we strive to incorporate sustainable work habits into your everyday work habits, but when designing and advising on office layout, we look to incorporate sustainable fixtures and fittings too. ...

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