PROPER HYDRATION IN THE WORKPLACE BOOSTS BUSINESS
Culligan Middle East is launching a new awareness drive on the benefits of hydration at the office in response to a general failure by bosses and staff to recognise the importance of drinking enough water.
Despite regular warnings over the years, studies show that many people still do not drink the recommended two litres of water per day.
This is worrying on a number of levels, especially for those running any kind or size of business. One of the main objectives in the current climate has to be to make sure every member of the team is performing to the absolute best of their ability to deliver bottom line results.
Crucially, properly hydrated employees generally have a strong immune system. Water helps flush toxins, waste, and bacteria from the body to fight disease. So they are less likely to be off work sick.
We are now reaching out to offices, industrial plants as well as schools and universities across the region to raise awareness of the importance of proper hydration and how water boosts the immune system.
The message is simple – those who don’t drink enough quality water – particularly in a hot climate – can quickly become dehydrated, get tired, lose concentration, and ultimately their performance suffers, along with their physical and mental health.
Employees may slip towards dehydration when water is not easily available, or that which is available is not good quality.
Studies have shown that people will generally drink more if the water is of a good quality. It’s very important that a source of quality water is always available in the workplace, as this is where we spend most of our day.
Culligan filter water systems for offices are simple, economical and plastic-free to protect the environment.
Our Bio-Refresh coolers dispense water at room temperature, hot, cold and sparkling, and are equipped with a treatment system at the point of use.
Culligan Pure ultrafiltration technology prevents the passage of bacteria, viruses and endotoxins, and the filtration process involves the use of a filter cartridge containing diatomaceous dust and active carbon capable of eliminating unpleasant odors and flavours from the water.