DIARY: Using massage to rub staff up the right way

Anyone listening to GLR this week will have heard Rosalyn Palmer PR’s method for coping with stress in the workplace. Once every two weeks the agency’s eight staff line up to receive a professional massage, courtesy of stress busting company Stress Matters.

Anyone listening to GLR this week will have heard Rosalyn Palmer PR’s

method for coping with stress in the workplace. Once every two weeks the

agency’s eight staff line up to receive a professional massage, courtesy

of stress busting company Stress Matters.



Palmer has also invested in a ‘mini rebounder’ (small trampoline to you

and me) on which staff can bounce to their hearts content when things

get too much to bear.



She is also about to have the office redesigned along Fengshui

principles. Fengshui, Palmer informs me, is the oriental art of

arranging furniture in a room to ‘optimise productivity and attract more

wealth’.



This technique is very popular in Hong Kong, I am told, even though the

careful positioning of sofas has been singularly unsuccessful in

averting the possibility of the abolition of democracy when the city

state returns to Chinese Communist rule next year.



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