Are you or your team working from home? Could you do with some specialist advice on setting up your workstation, healthy habits and work-life balance?
If so, Pegasus Consulting has some specialist answers…
Research by Eurofound indicates that, due to Covid-19, Ireland has one of the highest rates of remote working in the EU – 47%. The National Remote Working Survey, meanwhile, confirms that 94% of Irish are in favour of working remotely on an on-going basis, for some or all of the time. And almost two thirds of Irish workers expect to work from home – even after Covid-19.
There are many benefits to remote working – more flexibility, less commuting, lower costs, more time at home, and a greater choice in where and when we work. But many people now work longer hours, and others struggle with finding space and quiet to work, managing their time, switching off and social isolation. In fact, 71% of employers now identify worker well-being as the greatest challenge posed by remote working.
To address these issues, and help overcome them, Pegasus Consulting has put together a panel of expert lecturers, physiotherapists, psychologists and teachers offering key presentations on how to stay energised, nourished, fit and happy all winter long, including…
- Fitness, flexibility and mobility
- Eating Well and Essential Vitamins
- Good Sleep
- Identifying stress
- Dealing with covid-related anxiety, isolation and Working From Home issues
- Relaxation techniques
Working From Home
- Workplace ergonomics – setting up your home or office desk
- Good posture while standing, sitting or working
- Advice for parents teaching their own schoolchildren
Zoom Fitness Classes
- Physiotherapist-led pilates classes, suitable for adults of all ages and fitness, delivered online
- Morning, lunchtime and evening classes available
Colette O’Flynn, B. Physio, M.I.S.C.P., Lic. Ac., is a chartered physiotherapist, a licensed acupuncturist and a pilates instructor. Her work features regularly on RTE television, online, and in newspapers and magazines. She works with prestigious companies, including ESB, Irish Life, SureSkills & Cooney Carey, and has a long list of celebrity clients, from TV presenters to novelists, Olympians to Oscar winners.
Dr Aoife Quinn has a BA in Psychology from the National University of Maynooth, and a PhD from the School of Psychology, UCD. Aoife is a DCU psychology tutor and teaches the sport and exercise psychology, counselling psychology and addiction studies diplomas at City Colleges. Aoife also runs a private psychology practice in South Dublin where she sees a range of clients from both the corporate and sports worlds.