Hybrid Work Support in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur
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  • We all feel stressed from time to time – it’s all part of the emotional ups and downs of life. Stress has many sources, it can come from our environment, from our bodies, or our own thoughts and how we view the world around us. It is very natural to feel stressed around moments of pressure such as exam time – but we are physiologically designed to deal with stress, and react to it. When we feel under pressure the nervous system instructs our bodies to release stress hormones including adrenaline, noradrenaline and cortisol. These produce physiological changes to help us cope with the threat or danger we see to be upon us. This is called the “stress response” or the “fight-or-flight” response. Stress can actually be positive, as the stress response help us stay alert, motivated and focused on the task at hand. Usually, when the pressure subsides, the body rebalances and we start to feel calm again. But when we experience stress too often or for too long, or when the negative feelings overwhelm our ability to cope, then problems will arise. Continuous activation of the nervous system – experiencing the “stress response” – causes wear and tear on the body. When we are stressed, the respiratory system is immediately affected. We tend to breathe harder and more quickly in an effort to quickly distribute oxygen-rich blood around our body. Although this is not an issue for most of us, it could be a problem for people with asthma who may feel short of breath and struggle to take in enough oxygen. It can also cause quick and shallow breathing, where minimal air is taken in, which can lead to hyperventilation. This is more likely if someone is prone to anxiety and panic attacks. This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons licence. Read the original article.


  • Looking for a change of scenery while working remotely? Do you want to spend some time in the sun and discover beautiful places to visit? The South of France is your teleworking destination! It has a wonderful climate with long warm summer days stretching through to September and October and incredible landscapes. Let’s discover a sporty city with beautiful landscapes and nature.


  • Alice: “I like to telework in this city with a great offer of cultural and artistic activities with an international reputation, such as the Avignon Festival. Moreover, Avignon was the first city to be awarded the French Tech Culture label. Another advantage: Paris is less than 3 hours away by TGV.”


  • John : “I found the best spots for skiing in the Southern French Alps with its wealth of stunning mountains, valleys and wildlife. I enjoy skiing in the winter and hiking in the summer in Vars, Isola 2000, Orcières, Serre Chevalier, Val d’Allos and Pra Loup. 300 Days of sunshine and only a few hours drive from the Mediterranean Sea, what more can you ask?”


  • Romain: “ Without hesitation Antibes, with its well-equipped coworking spaces. I like to walk along Port Vauban with its ramparts and stroll through the covered Provençal market. My sweet temptation is to dine at Côté Terre & Mer, the food is excellent and the atmosphere is relaxed. » What to do in Antibes after work? Discover the natural spaces of Antibes through an underwater trail, a kayak trip along the Cap d’Antibes or a walk along the Chemin des Douaniers.


  • The digital transformation of the workplace has created greater opportunities for new forms of work arrangements — remote, hybrid, distributed and flexible work. While in-person meetings create opportunities for conversation, employees in online meetings tend to drop off immediately at the end of the meeting and return to their work in a split-second.


  • Looking for a change of scenery while working remotely? Do you want to spend some time in the sun and discover beautiful places to visit? The South of France is your teleworking destination ! It has a wonderful climate with long warm summer days stretching through to September and October and incredible landscapes. What if we went to Aix-en-Provence?


  • Looking for a change of scenery while working remotely? Do you want to spend some time in the sun and discover amazing places to visit ?  The South of France is your teleworking destination ! It has a wonderful climate with long warm summer days stretching through to September and October, fantastic beaches and incredible landscapes.


  • Happy New Year to all of our customers, may the New Year be your best ever! Wish you all the best, a year full of joy and happiness and we are looking forward to serve you with better value added services in 2022. Remote United welcomes you in the South of France in 2022 !


  • It is an impressive feat that work email has managed to reign supreme as the most prolific and favoured communication tool in today’s digital working world, despite the emergence of arguably more functional alternatives like Slack, Yammer and MS Teams. Yet it may not be through active choice that email continues to dominate our working lives. Many academic studies have found that there is a certain addictive, habitual component to our use of work email that might be difficult for us to change.


Hybrid Work Tweets
The best international articles on Hybrid Work

Wrote up a post trying to reframe how we look at remote work

https://boundless.substack.com/p/the-donut-effect-airbnb-remote-remote?r=70od&s=w&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web&utm_source=direct https://twitter.com/bchesky/status/1519831566486147073

🆕 Comment trouver la force pour faire face aux 😥 incertitudes ?
Selon @YvanBarel, les accepter n'est pas de la soumission mais une façon de se donner les moyens pour les surmonter… #Managers, admettez qu'il s'agit d'un ingrédient naturel 🌱 ! ▶ http://bit.ly/3EOQ6KE

You've probably been told that “if you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life.” In reality, if you do what you love, you may be at higher risk of burning out. https://hbr.org/2019/07/when-passion-leads-to-burnout?utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=hbr&utm_source=twitter&tpcc=orgsocial_edit

📅 Nouveau mois, nouvel agenda du bien-être au travail ! 📅
Les événements en présentiel se refont ce mois-ci une place parmi tous les événements en ligne ! https://www.myhappyjob.fr/lagenda-du-bien-etre-au-travail/?jump_date=2022-05-01&calview=monthly 🎉

À retrouver dans notre agenda !

#QVT #agenda #RH #DRH #bienêtre

It's not that we don't know ourselves, it's that we don't always have opportunities to be ourselves. Strong friendships provide those opportunities.

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Hybrid working in France, the future is now.

Hybrid working is becoming more and more common and more and more companies are opting for it. If you or your company work a lot with France, you could even choose to do remote work in France itself. Many have gone before you.

Either way, hybrid working in France is not something you just make up.

It is not enough to have a suitable working environment; the technical, logistical, administrative and psychological aspects of the hybrid worker must also be taken into account. Not to forget the “after-work” aspects: where to sleep, eat and relax.

This is why Remote United was created: a platform to CONNECT and ASSIST with the aim of giving you a pleasant and unique professional hybrid working experience in our beautiful region of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (PACA).

To CONNECT, Remote United offers you a wide selection of coworking spaces in the PACA region, informs you about hybrid working events and allows you to broaden your knowledge about remote work.

To ASSIST you in hybrid working, Remote United offers you tailor-made solutions.

 

Together we make the difference!

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