TPR GROUP Tips
Clean Indoor Air with Indoor Plants
Does your workplace have clean indoor air? Or, is the air you breathe making you sick?
Most of us are rightly concerned about pollution levels, without realising that indoor air can be many times more polluted than outdoor air which is alarming as clean indoor air is vital for our health and wellbeing.
Pictured left: Zanzibar Gem
Why is clean indoor air often missing from indoor environments?
At TPR GROUP 9-5 is 'Happy Hour'
Imagine a company in this tough economic climate whose sole focus is on happiness and wellbeing for businesses doing it tough. The assumption that happiness and productivity go together seems hard to contest. Common sense suggests that psychologically healthy (as opposed to complacent) workers with a smile outshine the grouches.
Support for that view comes from a raft of research including a Kansas State University study that surfaced earlier this year, which found that staff with high wellbeing make better decisions, show superior interpersonal skills and are less inclined to quit.
Don’t pass the flu bug around the office in winter
A new product called Microbe Shield Treatment (MST) has been launched on the market targeting B2B that literally stops cross contamination on surfaces at work that unlike other sanitisers and will KILL bacteria on hard surfaces for up to one month before requiring reapplication. Made primarily from silicon and water, it is non toxic to humans and therefore suitable for a variety of applications including schools, offices, hotels, hospitals, health services, clubs, convention centres, swimming centres and gymnasiums.
Healthy Offices Improve Productivity as seen on ACA
Workplaces are beginning to take better care of their employees.
"If a tangle of computer wires and a pot full of leaky pens is the interior highlight of your office, consider hiring Stuart Swaddling. His company TPR specialises in Office Wellness", said reporter Elise Mooney.
"Bringing nature into the workplace, and that includes flowering plants, water features, aquariums actually improves morale and consequently improves bottom line", said TPR GROUP Managing Director Stuart Swaddling.
Earth Hour Plant Spike wins International ECHO Awards
Campaign "Plant Spike" for Earth Hour picked up two big awards at the International Echo Awards 2010:
WWF wanted to reach businesses to encourage participation in its Earth Hour.
As reported in DMA - 2010 ECHO Awards Winners Program - VIRTUAL Brochure "Without an obvious and cost-effective way to get its message to each office, it turned to the potted plants many businesses rent. Since plants improve an office environment, they were the perfect medium to encourage help for the greater environment. Plant spikes were placed in office plants (by TPR GROUP) encouraging participation in Earth Hour... Feedback was incredibly positive and the campaign drew worldwide attention for Earth Hour".