Bring hand sanitizer with you and use it when you leave the office, get off the elevator, leave the building and one last time when you’re safely in your car. You are touching thousands of sick people each step of the way.
If you don’t have to touch things in a hospital or doctors office, don’t. Magazines are probably the worst things to handle – your phone or tablet is a safer option.
To a certain extent you need exposure to everyday germs to stay healthy, but not at that level.
The best way to tackle a tough task at work may be to crack a window and breathe deep.
Compared with inhaling fresh air, gulping down the stale air found in conventional office buildings can stifle cognitive function by half, researchers report in Environmental Health Perspectives. The finding suggests that improving the performance, productivity, and health of many office workers could be done with just a fresh breeze.
Ugh, those dry erase markers need to die. And cube farms are nothing less than soul-sucking vortexes of seething hatred and broken dreams, sprinkled with shattered aspirations and tears of lament. Cue up Office Space…