The 21st-century workplace is an area of great progress, as received ideas about what makes a productive and healthy environment give way to science-backed solutions. A whole range of businesses are discovering not just that productivity is not the be-all, end-all of professional life, but that productivity can soar when mental, physical and spiritual well-being become priorities.
All of which is a long-winded way of saying: the presence of a dog in your workplace can be good for your soul and your business. A dog in the workplace can help unite the team, as well as encouraging them to take breaks. He can make employees feel that working in the office is part of a full, productive and rewarding lifestyle. Moments well-spent rather than a chore to get out of the way. It all adds up to reduced stress and an upbeat atmosphere in which to work towards getting great results.
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For the full lowdown on why you should consider making this happen in your place of work, check out this new guide. Come on, a dog in the office—what could go wrong?