Most of us are aware that keeping hydrated by drinking plenty of water has huge health benefits, not only does the law state that a clean supply of drinking water should be available in all workplaces, it is recommended that we try to drink eight glasses of water a day. This feature is almost impossible for most of us if there is not a convenient source of drinking water at work, and for this reason many employers are recognising this need and installing water coolers in the workplace.
Last week Wolverhampton’s number one radio station, Wolf FM broadcast the popular Dicky Dodd show live from Angel Springs HQ.
Angel Springs the UK’s leading water cooler service provider show their support for a good cause at this year’s Aldbury May Fair. The Aldbury Village May Fair is an event held every year in Aldbury, Hertfordshire. Just 3 miles east of Tring the fair is organised to raise money for different charities and other local organisations, as well as a way of bringing people to the village to enjoy a day filled with entertainment and local exhibitions.
Installing a water cooler into your office environment can have a multitude of advantages, which can benefit you and both your staff and visitors. Many employees do not perform to their best at work because they are unmotivated, lethargic and drained; all are symptoms of dehydration.
The Water Warehouse, part of the Angel Group the UK’s leading supplier of water coolers for home and office use, launched a brand new website today. To celebrate the launch The Water Warehouse are offering 15% off across the board on all items, so customers are advised to visit early to snap up bargains.
The number one radio station for Wolverhampton, Wolf fm are to broadcast live from Angel Springs this Wednesday 18th May, in order to mark ‘bring a pound to work day’ which is raising money for Compton Hospice.
Providing your business with a water cooler not only shows that you look after your customers, but ensures you look after your staff too.
Wolverhampton’s Compton Hospice is appealing for competitors to dress up as seven foot tall budgies and ten foot high giants to take on a series of whacky challenges in the charity’s It’s a Knockout contest this June.
Keeping your staff hydrated throughout their working day can mean the difference between tired, unmotivated staff and enthusiastic, creative employees with increased levels of concentration.
At Angel Springs we are always willing to support a good cause and the 10K run at Kingswinford Rugby Club, is another perfect example of playing an active role within the community.