The Development of Quality of Work Life in Companies
In recent years, more and more companies have taken the opportunity of moving into new premises to completely rethink their workspaces and the ways employees work together. According to a study by OpinionWay for CD&B, 36% of employees work in open-plan offices, and 24% feel that their work environment has deteriorated in the last five years. Lack of concentration, constant noise, and increased fatigue are some of the effects that open-plan offices have on certain employees.
To combat exhaustion and burnout, the installation of nap rooms is becoming an increasingly desired alternative in companies.
Nap&Up aims to develop nap spaces to improve employees’ daily lives.
The Nap&Up concept aligns with an innovative approach to new ways of working. Workplace well-being is now a key element that should be at the forefront of management thinking. Allowing employees a 10 to 20-minute break to relax in dedicated nap spaces can help them feel better in their work environment.
Moreover, this aligns with the significant importance employees place on the idea of well-being and enjoyment at work. Today, workplace well-being is one of the criteria that employees prioritize when looking for a job.
Nap&Up’s Presence During the Week of Quality of Work Life in Several Companies
During the Week of Quality of Work Life, which takes place from June 11 to 15, Nap&Up will be present in various companies to raise awareness among employees about micro-napping.
Several events are planned, including an entire week of installing nap pods at the University of Paris-Dauphine, as well as awareness workshops at Total, Natixis, and Ugecam. The commitment of this week is twofold: to provide employees with a moment of rejuvenation while being in line with each company’s specific needs by offering micro-nap workshops, conferences, and, of course, the use of nap pods.
The Week of Quality of Work Life is a great initiative to test Nap&Up nap pods, but don’t forget that the well-being of your employees should be a year-round endeavor!