Set your own flexibility
Many companies give their employees the opportunity to work outside the office. Thanks to your smartphone and laptop, you can access data and communicate with colleagues and customers any time, anywhere, whether you’re on a business trip or working from home.
This increased flexibility has benefits, especially if you want to better harmonise your work activities, family commitments and plans for healthy leisure activities. However, the blurring of professional and private lives can also have drawbacks. Clear agreements regarding working hours and availability as well as good planning are therefore particularly important.
Happy out of the office
Stay in touch with home
Well organised working from home
Begin consciously, end consciously
Separate work and home
Healthy snacks for a productive day
Short breaks now and then
Switch off purposefully
Enquire with your health insurance fund about supported prevention courses in your area.