How Employee Health Impacts Productivity [Infographic]

The Pomodoro technique popularized by Francesco Cirillo in the 1980s used a simple timer shaped like a tomato (or pomodoro in Italian). The timer would ring periodically as a reminder to take a break, usually after 25 minutes of focused activity. To manage energy levels throughout the workday, modern time-management tools such as Toggl allow employees to set automatic Pomodoro reminders that pop-up at regular intervals on their phone or desktop. But employee health concerns more than just the employee.

Promoting Employee Health

What can employers do to help employees improve their health? Hunger can be a productivity-killing distraction – so skip the sugary sweets and supply healthy snacks instead. Encouraging physical activity is another simple way to help employees keep their minds fresh and focused.

The accompanying infographic includes a look at the connection between health and productivity. It also offers tips on how to stay healthy at work.

 

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This infographic courtesy of ZeroCater.

 

 

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A self-professed knowledge junkie with a profound respect for the written word, Jennypher Doan guides Content Strategy for Switch & Shift. Inspired by the incredible creative energy that permeates life in Silicon Valley, she combined the analytical skills honed in the science lab with her natural interest in business and technology to leap from biotech to software sales and ultimately, entrepreneurship. Powered by her daily cup of iced Vietnamese coffee, Jennypher's antenna is always tuned into the most current trends and topics discussed in today's social world. Connect with Jennypher on LinkedIn.

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