The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on peopleÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s mental health. If you or you know someone that needs help, talk to family, a friend or healthcare professionals. Help is available from Support Hotlines, Government Services, NGOs and Private Healthcare.
WeÃ¢â‚¬â„¢re taking all the necessary precautions to ensure that the health and safety of our members and guests is a top priority. We review our Workplace Wellbeing SOPs regularly to ensure only the best practices are being implemented at Common Ground.
More than ever, the world has adapted to remote working because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether your just starting out or looking to improve, these simple tips can help you be more productive and achieve better work life balance.
Spruce up your home office space with houseplants! Whether or not your home is blessed with tons of square footage, incorporating greenery is essential to bringing it to life.
Common Ground has been voted Top 5 Most Preferred Graduate Employers To Work For in 2022 of the Coworking Space category at the annual Talentbank GraduatesÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ Choice Awards! As a leading coworking space provider, we pride ourselves on providing more than just a premium workspace and vibrant community for our members, but also a fun, interactive, engaging and productive workplace for our CG crew.
COVID-19 has been part of our everyday reality for most of 2020 and now well into 2021. If you are tired of constantly worrying about everything, you may be suffering from pandemic fatigue, and you are not alone. These tips won’t make COVID-19 go away but they may help you better handle the pandemic fatigue.
We open our doors to the Malaysian law community in accordance with the latest Malaysian Bar Council and Legal Profession Committee announcement of Virtual Offices. Our services prioritise privacy and confidentiality with separate mail handling, meeting rooms, private offices and call booths are available for members. WeÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ve also developed health and safety SOPs with physical distancing protocols and regular venue sanitization exercises. Request for a quote today!
Are things going back to normal now?Ã¢â‚¬Â We ask ourselves, as more and more people are getting vaccinated and the whole world might be able to beat covid-19 in 2021. Can we stop wearing face masks? And, most importantly for those in the workforce, will we be going back to the office again? Read more to find out about how where people work will evolve post pandemic and later stages of 2021 .
Generally, people are categorised as being either an introvert or an extrovert. Introverts are usually seen as being more reserved, prefer smaller groups rather than larger ones, and donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t speak up unless prompted. Extroverts are usually known for being more outgoing, sociable, and seem more enthusiastic, but they can also be impulsive. Nonetheless, recognising these traits in colleagues or team members at the office can only be beneficial when the extrovert and the introvert at work are able to collaborate in a way that brings out their full potential.
It is important and all companies should aim to provide a better environment for their co-workers while also ensuring that work is done as efficiently as possible. Companies need to identify what should be changed in order to not fall behind while also providing a good workplace culture for employees.