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  • Are Nap Pods the missing piece in Workplace Wellbeing Design?

    In today's bustling work world, where every moment counts, the quest for employee happiness and health is at an all-time high. Enter rest spaces – the superhero solution transforming workplace wellbeing design! Rest spaces, sometimes known as nap pods, are cosy nooks designed to whisk employees away from the daily grind. With features like full privacy, customisable lighting, and soundproofing magic, these pods create a serene escape where stress melts away and energy levels soar. With 4 workplace surveys showing that rest spaces are at the top of the wish list for improving workplaces. Facilities Management Journal research put rest spaces as the second most popular office space benefits after garden spaces followed by games rooms, gym space and coffee bars Kitt Managed Office provider found nearly half of UK workers express a desire for regular naps during their office day, with rest spaces as one of the top desired workplace amenities. Workthere flexible office specialist, surveyed UK office workers to find out what makes them happy and productive in the workplace. Those aged 18-25 named napping pods (23%) as one of their top amenities, followed by the gym and office pets. Cosmopolitan's Future of Work survey: Millennials, who are more likely to swap a hefty paycheck for nap room Why are nap pods such a big deal for better workplace wellbeing design? Studies reveal that naps during the day lead to sharper focus, brighter moods, and turbocharged brainpower. By offering employees a mini sanctuary, companies can support the challenges faced day to day and spark a productivity revolution. Not only do rest spaces make for happier and healthier employees, but they also champion inclusivity. Whether it's parents seeking a breather, travellers battling jet lag, carers who spent the night awake, , neurodiverse colleagues seeking some solitude or anyone craving a quiet timeout, these wellbeing spaces are a haven for all. And here's the kicker – well-rested employees are the secret sauce for business success! Research shows they're more engaged, creative, and resilient, leading to a happier workforce and better bottom-line results. By weaving these cosy cocoons into the workplace, businesses showcase their dedication to fostering a culture of care and support. Rest spaces are the MVPs of workplace wellness design, so it's no surprise that employees are clamouring for them. By giving employees a dedicated space to recharge and rejuvenate, businesses can unlock a happier, more energised, and downright unstoppable workforce. As the importance of wellbeing takes centre stage, nap pods are leading the charge towards a brighter, healthier future in the modern workplace! Get in touch if you want to find out more.

  • The Rise of Rest Spaces: Redefining Office Design for Wellbeing

    Employee wellbeing has become a top priority for businesses worldwide, but how is this reflected in the future of office design? Recent trends and data indicate a growing demand for office amenities that prioritise relaxation and mental health. According to a survey by Future of Work Survey JLL 43% of organisations will accelerate their investment in new or enhanced health & wellbeing amenities for employees. One trend is clear when designing office spaces for wellbeing: the demand for rest spaces (nap pods), is on the rise. Numerous future of work reports are coming up with the same conclusion - the office needs rest spaces. Nearly half of UK workers express a desire for regular naps during their office day, highlighting the growing importance of relaxation and rejuvenation in the workplace. From managed office platform Kitt workplace survey. The most popular office space benefits put rest spaces at number two after garden spaces, followed by games rooms at number 3, gym space and then coffee bars according to Facilities Management Journal Those aged 18-25 named napping pods (23%) as one of their top amenities to make them happy and productive in the workplace, followed by the gym and office pets. This underscores the increasing recognition of the value of rest in the workplace. Research by Workthere Cosmopolitan's Magazines Future of Work Survey summerises that millenials are 'likely to swap a hefty paycheck for nap rooms' How do rest spaces fit into modern offices? An environment tailored for rest With features such as full privacy, darkness, and soundproofing, alongside the option to lie down in a comfortable position, these innovative spaces offer a sanctuary for employees seeking respite from the bustling office environment. Privacy is essential for fostering relaxation and rejuvenation, yet existing beanbag and wellbeing spaces often overlook this critical requirement, leading individuals to resort to using toilet cubicles for rest. Our research indicates that 80% of professional services employees have napped at work within the past year, with toilet cubicles being the number one location. Modular Office Design These rest spaces complement modern office design, particularly in open-plan environments. Similar to office phone booths, these compact spaces can be seamlessly integrated into existing office layouts, providing employees with a dedicated area for relaxation without the need for extensive renovations or dedicated rooms. Inclusive wellbeing centred office design But rest spaces go beyond mere functionality – they embody a wellbeing-centric approach to office design that is increasingly shaping the future of the workplace. These spaces cater to the diverse needs of employees, including new parents, individuals experiencing menopause, neurodiverse colleagues, and those coping with stress, anxiety, jet lag and much more. By offering a workspace to manage stress, anxiety, and overstimulation, nap pods contribute to a more inclusive and supportive workplace culture. Sustainability in office design A fundamental aspect in the future of workspace design is sustainability. Built with sustainability in mind, Rest Spaces are built locally prioritising sustainably sourced materials and designed to be easy to repair with replaceable parts, reducing their environmental footprint and promoting a circular economy. Businesses increasingly prioritising sustainability in their office design, integrating rest spaces into office design aligns with the broader goal of creating environmentally conscious workplaces, and encoraging sustainable working habits, As workplaces strive to create healthier and more productive work environments, nap pods emerge as a valuable asset. By embracing these innovative spaces, companies can foster a culture of wellbeing and productivity, ultimately leading to happier and more engaged employees. Rest spaces represent a paradigm shift in office design, prioritising employee wellbeing, inclusivity, and sustainability. By embracing these innovative spaces, businesses can create healthier, more productive work environments that support the holistic needs of their workforce. As the workplace continues to evolve, rest spaces will undoubtedly play a crucial role in shaping the future of office design. References: Facilities Management Journal. (n.d.). Workplace Trends Survey JLL Future of work survey Knight Frank (Y)OUR SPACE. Workplace Trends Workthere office survey Kitt Workplace Survey

  • Best Wellbeing Service Provider Awards 2024

    What a way to start the year! We're thrilled to announce that Rest Space has been shortlisted among the Great British Workplace Wellbeing Series Awards 2024 under the Best Wellbeing Service Provider category! This recognition is a testament to our unwavering commitment to fostering a workplace culture that prioritises comfort and warmth, setting the stage for optimal rest and rejuvenation. It's not just an accolade; it's an opportunity to amplify our mission: redefining how people approach rest in the workplace. Established in 2019, Rest Space was born from a collective vision for change where we believe that rest is fundamental to productivity, creativity, and overall well-being. Being shortlisted for this prestigious award reaffirms that we're on the right path, and we're eager to continue pushing boundaries and advocating for restful work environments. Thank you to our dedicated team (Kate Mulligan, Supa Chantschool, Chidinma Beatrice Egwu), our supportive community, and the Great British Workplace Wellbeing Series Awards for this incredible opportunity. Together, let's redefine rest in the workplace and create a work environment where everyone can thrive. #workplacewellbeing #restspace #GBWWA2024 #wellbeingrevolution

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  • Rest Space - Napping pods for people who power our cities

    Unlock a world of untapped potential Shop Rest Space Designed to make rest accessible to everyone Rest Space is building a future that empowers people to be more productive, focused and creative, especially in the moments that matter the most. The Everest [Rest Space] Stacked Price £21,875.00 The Everest [Rest Space] Price £10,937.50 Shop Rest Space Our Rest Spaces are for forward looking companies for their employees to rest, whether it’s a short post-lunch nap or just for a moment to collect themselves during a stressful day. Find Out More Performance With just a 20-minutes rest, you can enhance memory retention and sharpen your focus, propelling you to new heights of performance, and success, giving you an edge at work. Cognition People who get an optimal amount of rest experience better cognitive thinking than those who try to push through the fatigue. Health Insufficient rest is one of today's most pressing health issues and can have an impact in the workplace. We are empowering people to be more productive, focused and happier, especially in the moments that matter most. Wellbeing at the forefront A company that is passionate about wellbeing knows this is a long term commitment. It can be the difference between navigating the complexity of employee satisfaction and overall organisational success. Here at Rest Space we know to put our people first and we are doing this because rest is the cornerstone of a healthy society. Build based on the latest sleep science Rest Space is dedicated to enhancing your rest by conducting in-depth research into the latest sleep science to replicate optimal sleeping conditions for users, promoting a restful and rejuvenating experience. Building with sustainability in mind Rest Space sleeping pods prioritise sustainability by incorporating eco-friendly and locally sourced materials where possible into our design, construction, and delivery processes, reducing environmental impact. Get a 60 day free trial for your workplace Order Now Find Out More

  • Pre-Seed PitchDeck | RestSpace LDN

    Pre-Seed Round An extraordinary transformation requires an extraordinary solution. ​ We are the 1% that dares to build a physical product while everyone else builds in the cloud. Rest Space is building a future that empowers people to be more productive, focused, and creative, especially in the moments that matter most. ​ We are doing this because rest is the cornerstone of a healthy society. Download Rest Space Deck Call Kate: +44 748235261 Calendly: Schedule a call Email Kate@restspaceldn.com Supa@restspaceldnc.om Get in touch

  • Blog | RestSpace

    Rest in the workplace Stay in the loop with all things workplace rest and well-being! Dive into topics like building inclusive spaces, boosting employee happiness, and nurturing healthier work cultures. Find handy tips to create revitalizing workspace that puts your team's well-being first! Beatrice Chidinma Egwu 3 days ago 1 min Best Wellbeing Service Provider Awards 2024 Beatrice Chidinma Egwu 6 days ago 2 min Seasonal Approach to Workplace Well-being Beatrice Chidinma Egwu Feb 12 2 min Breaking the Stigma: Normalising Naps in The Workplace Beatrice Chidinma Egwu Nov 16, 2023 2 min Celebrating World Wellbeing at Work Week 2023 Beatrice Chidinma Egwu Nov 7, 2023 2 min Celebrating Purple Tuesday - Creating more inclusive work environments Beatrice Chidinma Egwu Aug 22, 2023 3 min How did we screw up sleep? Beatrice Chidinma Egwu Jun 27, 2023 2 min Nap for success this World Wellbeing Week! Beatrice Chidinma Egwu Jun 16, 2023 4 min The Well-being Chronicles: Integrating Well-being into the Way We Work Kate Mulligan May 17, 2023 5 min How to Measure Workplace Wellbeing and Use Data for Positive Change Esha Gandhi May 10, 2023 2 min Thankful and Thriving: The Health Benefits of Practicing Gratitude Ana Muchacho Apr 26, 2023 2 min CAN YOU EAT YOUR WAY TO A BETTER MOOD? Esha Gandhi Mar 24, 2023 3 min Quality Sleep is Important: Building a Perfect Sleep Environment for you Ana Muchacho Mar 15, 2023 3 min Late to your New Year's resolutions? There's still time to make the best out of 2023! Beatrice Chidinma Egwu Feb 22, 2023 3 min Well-being at Work: Strategies to Boost Your Organization's Performance Kate Mulligan Jan 11, 2023 3 min Creating a Workplace that Works for Women: Tips for Leaders Supa Chantschool Dec 20, 2022 2 min 2022: That's a Wrap! Isabella Venziale Dec 15, 2022 3 min How to Shift Your Company’s Culture Towards Employee Well-being patrick14373 Nov 23, 2022 4 min Napping in the office: How companies are changing corporate sleep culture Isabella Venziale Nov 10, 2022 4 min It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year: Here Are Some Ways to Keep it That Way tanner43362 Nov 2, 2022 3 min Why it's important for companies to have a sustainability strategy Kate Mulligan Oct 19, 2022 5 min Sustainable wellbeing: We need to shift guilt to pride Michael Paine Oct 12, 2022 3 min The History of Nap Pods Tanner Gold Oct 5, 2022 4 min Losing Sleep, Where are the Sheep? How Sleep Deprivation Screws up Sleep Michael Wu Sep 29, 2022 3 min How to Best Promote Napping in the Workplace Elias Benchekroun Sep 14, 2022 4 min Naps and Laps: How Rest Can Optimise Your Workout & Workday Andrew Quinton Sep 7, 2022 5 min Your body has come to collect its debt! - Aug 31, 2022 2 min How can a sleeping pod help you return to the office? Elizabeth Cutler Aug 24, 2022 2 min How to take the perfect power nap: The secrets to sleep Hala Saeed Aug 10, 2022 3 min How to use your hormonal cycle to optimise your work schedule? Hala Saeed Aug 2, 2022 2 min Why students need Rest Spaces Christopher Longobardi Jul 27, 2022 3 min Workplace Stress and the Internalized Effects on Our Body John Arvantides Jul 20, 2022 3 min Hiring and retaining a quality workforce during record UK labour shortage Afrin Ahmed Jul 18, 2022 4 min Announcing a Rest Space, Metroline and TFL collaboration - Jul 6, 2022 2 min Economic cost of absenteeism and presenteeism: Why employers should invest in sleep pods! Jack Friedman Jun 29, 2022 2 min Mitigating the effects of migraines through Rest Spaces - Jun 21, 2022 3 min Why Sleep Pods belong on NHS Budgets - Jun 15, 2022 2 min Napping Isn't Just for Children Priyanka Agarwal Jun 8, 2022 2 min Why Sleep Makes You Stronger Kate Mulligan Jun 1, 2022 2 min 5 tips to improve your nap environment when working from home Kate Mulligan May 19, 2022 3 min When rest isn't best - long COVID, insomnia and MSK Abbie Hennessy May 4, 2022 3 min Understanding your chronotype and how it affects your productivity Andrew Quinton Apr 19, 2022 5 min Your breath is the key to a good night’s sleep! - Apr 4, 2022 2 min Is your job the cause of your Insomnia? Andrew Quinton Apr 1, 2022 2 min We were wrong! Oh so desperately wrong Afrin Ahmed Mar 18, 2022 3 min Happy World Sleep Day 2022! Here Are Some Tips To Improve Your Sleep Quality… Ola Kurczewska Mar 2, 2022 4 min How do I Attract and Retain Talent in the Workplace? Afrin Ahmed Feb 17, 2022 5 min Tired All The Time? Here Are The 7 Types of Rest You Actually Need Daniel McIntosh Feb 1, 2022 4 min Genius: A few Power Naps Away? - Jan 31, 2022 2 min A New Version: The Stackable Rest Space Ola Kurczewska Jan 21, 2022 3 min One way to take care of yourself this 2022 1 2

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