'Spring Break' Launched at Punch Communications

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PR Company Welcomes Spring

For any office tensions can often promote stressed attitudes which can of course, be detrimental to performance. It's important to take time out to relax and after undertaking this extensive pampering session and team building programme, the team will feel rejuvenated and altogether more unperturbed.

Punch Communications has welcomed the arrival of the long awaited sunshine this week with the launch of a new initiative to help the team unwind, relax and chill out this spring.

The Public Relations agency's 'Spring Break' programme will see the team being treated to pampering sessions, and lunchtime activities, including head and back massages, to maintain the air of calm that resounds around the office.

The initiative, which will be running until June, kicks off next week with the arrival of a professional masseuse from Malamalama Spa Therapies, who will be wilding a bag of exotic lotions and potions to ease the Tech PR team's tensions with a neck and back massage.

The initiative was inspired by an international study into team spirit and the quality of communication amongst pressurised employees, which found that there was a link between stressed work environments and the rise in depression among young professionals.

Managing Director of Punch Communications, Pete Goold commented, "The team at Punch are extremely hardworking and we want to ensure that a positive work environment is maintained to support any sporadic tensions, which might arise from time to time."

"For any office tensions can often promote stressed attitudes which can of course, be detrimental to performance. It's important to take time out to relax and after undertaking this extensive pampering session and team building programme, the team will feel rejuvenated and altogether more unperturbed."

Future treats are still under wraps, but rumour from the PR company is that they might include a lunchtime exercise session on a trampoline, an aromatherapy afternoon, a yoga morning and a lesson from an Ultimate Frisbee expert.

Team members are being are also being invited to give their suggestions on ways in which the office environment can be further improved, and the winning suggestion will be announced at the end of June.

For more information about Punch Communications, contact 01858 411600 or visit http://www.punchcomms.com.

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