Summer. It’s quite possibly the best time of the year for taking a sunny, sand-filled vacation here in Egypt. With two major beach destinations—the North Coast and Red Sea—we are not lacking in beautiful getaway destinations. We all need time to disconnect from work to maintain a healthy work-life balance. One of the most satisfying feelings is putting an Out of Office (OOO) status message right before you ride off into the sunset.
Here are 11 of the best tweets about being Out Of Office for you to draw inspiration from.
A new job = a plate full of new challenges. This is what I discovered during my first month here at WUZZUF.
Although I tried to leave a good impression and stay away from trouble, I realized that some mistakes are inevitable. Those pesky, relatable, first-month mistakes.
Corporate iftars are more than big group selfies, where you are barely seen. Iftar and similar events have several positive long-term impacts on you and your co-workers. We have done our research on the topic and asked our expert who is responsible for all our Iftars at WUZZUF every year, Aya Waheed, HR manager of WUZZUF.
The debate of open offices vs. closed ones has been a hot topic for years. And even though a definitive conclusion in favor of either has never been reached, open offices have somehow become the norm.
These days, you can find open offices everywhere, regardless of company size or industry. But does this mean they’re good for us?
We’re going to consider many workplace factors and evaluate if each is a Pro or Con in the case of open offices. Feel free to skip to the ones that interest you the most.
We all know these people. You can hear their voices walk into the office before their feet do. Having a loud colleague only adds to the noise you already have to deal with at work, and that can affect your performance, motivation, and productivity.