A Guest Post on Safety at Work: Staying aware of Occupational Health Risks:

Today’s guest post was written by Molly McGuane, a Communications Specialist.  No matter what your career or position is, It’s important to be cautious on the job. Whether you’re in an office, on a construction site, or putting out a fire, being aware of your surroundings and your health and safety should be a top …

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Three HR posts for Thursday

As I occasionally do I point out some interesting and informative reads to you in order to educate you and give you a break from my writing. Today, I have three great posts that cover training, ergonomics and the changing workweek. #1 The first post comes from Kristine Sims at Constangy, Brooks, Smith and Prophete, …

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The Shape of the Workplace: Ergonomic Solutions for Business

Today’s post is from my friends at SocialMonsters.org. I wanted to publish this because health and fitness in the office work environment is very important.  Everything, it seems, is computerized. Our activity levels at work (and maybe at home, too) are low, but the incidence of repetitive stress injuries is high. Add to that the …

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When Sitting Hurts Your Back: Don't Let Your Job Bring You Pain

  Ergonomics has become a major safety concern in this world of working in offices. Repetitive motion injuries and injuries caused by poor posture and poor techniques causes problems for companies. These injuries reduce productivity and raise costs. This guest post from SocialMonsters.com talks about an aspect of this big problem. Back pain has many …

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