In 2020, OTT giant, Netflix, captivated the realities of the struggle with substance abuse in the workplace. The docu-series “How to Fix a Drug Scandal” highlights the story of a chemist who was stealing illicit drugs from her workplace laboratory and consumed them for years. Although this tale about addiction and substance abuse shocked the system, we must understand that it is not a one-off incident. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) [https://www.samh
Walking meetings increase focus, creativity, and energy more than formal meetings. Not only this, but physical health is improved, and recurrence of office interruptions is decreased. As you know, traditional meetings don't improve the worker's productivity.
I am sure each one of us is familiar with yoga. Originated in ancient India, yoga is a combination of spiritual, mental, and physical exercises. In short, it is good for the mind and the body. Being associated with several benefits like cardio health, increased flexibility, weight management, it is one of the most influential workouts in recent times. However, with busy lives and the lockdown mess, it gets difficult for people to stick to their yogic routine. As a result, they often have to sk