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Put National Stationery Week in your diary, it’s time to celebrate.
Fill your pencil cases, reach for your pens, grab a clean sheet of paper and get ready to celebrate – National Stationery Week is here. Celebrations run from the 15th May until 21st May!
The purpose of National Stationery Week is to celebrate writing by hand, to get people all over the world talking about their favourite stationery products.
This year, from Monday 15th May until Sunday 21st May, and featuring key brands from the UK stationery industry, the National Stationery Week campaign will once again celebrate ‘Seven Days of Stationery’ with a series of fun activities and competitions – now is the time to declare that you are addicted to stationery!
The typical office worker will sit at their desk for over 1,300 hours this year, 10,000 hours just eight years into their career, and 53,000 hours by the time they retire.
Data shows that despite growing concern for the health and wellbeing of employees, desk-based employees are estimated to spend 70% of their working day sitting down.
Searches for “hip pain” and “chair pain” are on the up, while searches for "back ache" remain high, all symptoms associated with chronic inactivity.
Banner is here to show you why you need HP+, the smarter printing system you can use whenever and wherever you are.
HP+ is a modern day working must have, with more secure, sustainable and productive ways to print wherever you are. With Bluetooth and Cloud connectivity, it has never been easier to take your work with you wherever you go.
HP+ is leading the way in both office and home printing, meaning no matter where you are, HP has you covered. HP printers include many features that make printing easy, with things like Dual Band Wi-fi and mobile printing with the HP Smart App.
Co-working spaces have boomed since the pandemic and the associated normalisation of hybrid working.
These businesses offer a sensible solution that makes good economic sense to businesses that want to reduce their overheads. If your staff aren’t in the office for even 3 days a week, you can see why getting rid of the office entirely and instead renting a desk somewhere, no-strings-attached, might be tempting.
But this has created a new market, and these co-working spaces are competing. One of the benefits of this competition is new trend: the hotelification of the office.
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Hybrid working is making it easier for people to take care of their health and well-being, data shows.
Despite fewer walks to and from work and lunch-time strolls, staying at home to work on a few days a week isn’t impacting our physical activity levels. Data shows that Brits are maintaining their physical activity levels since before the COVID pandemic and the advent of hybrid working.
This could be thanks to hybrid working helping us cut down on non-productive work-related activities, such as commutes, affording employees more time to indulge in their health, fitness and well-being, while some are finding it easier to exercise during work hours. This conclusion is backed up by data showing home gym equipment in particular, such as under-desk treadmills, is trending.
With rising costs hitting both small and large businesses, and the cost-of-living crisis impacting employees, everyone is looking for ways to save cash. The innovative ökoform desk, designed originally just to create a more comfortable experience for desk workers, could offer massive savings to businesses and hybrid workers alike.
Energy costs are skyrocketing, meaning businesses are having to fork out more money than ever before to maintain a suitable office environment. It comes as no surprise, therefore, that one in five businesses have reported energy prices as their main concern for February 2023, according to ONS data. With this in mind, many businesses are now looking for alternative ways to keep business costs low, without moving to a WFH model.
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Through extensive research across Europe, Fujitsu, partnered with Quocirca have found that more and more organisations are searching for ways to transfer information from paper format into electronic data that can be stored and searched more easily.
They found that 42% of the 508 respondents are moving to a less paper environment and a further 45% have targets to move their processes away from paper.
There are many problems with paper, starting with space, it takes a lot of physical space and manually searching and retrieving paper-based information is both time consuming and overall inefficient. Manual transcription of content from paper to electronic systems without scanning introduces human errors and maintaining paper quality and security over expanding legal time limits often requires expensive, environmentally controlled storage.