Recent articles & papers
The Flexible Location Work Model, commonly called ‘Hybrid’, has now become ubiquitous, yielding significant benefits for employers and employees using computers for their work. After collecting
October 2022: Hybrid and Remote Employees Can Replace High Risk Ergonomic Behaviors With Healthy Ones
We’ve all heard the saying “Human beings are creatures of habit“. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines a “habit” as “a way of acting or doing that has
Recurring stressors inflict many impacts on employees, management, processes, collaboration and of course the bottom line – but how does stress accelerate the development of Musculoskeletal Disorders and why are employers assessing the risk and implementing mitigation programs?
A recent study, among a growing number with similar findings, confirms that an integral component of employee ergonomic risk is their behavior, in particular, how the employee works (or not) in neutral postures, provides recovery time while working and breaks up deleterious sedentary behaviors and static postures with meaningful movement.
A recently published Cleveland Clinic study “Habits of Mentally Healthy People” found remarkable impacts on people’s mental health from taking multiple brief breaks throughout the day for activities that relieve stress, depression, and/or anxiety.
It seems we’re all hearing startling news every week including global inflation, climate-change impacts, how our personal buying power decreases weekly and more. Employers too are navigating acute challenges including supply-chain disturbances, ever-increasing fuel costs, navigating The Great Resignation and more.