Most of the time when people want to improve the ergonomic quality of their office space, they limit their mindsets to the furniture. But the truth is that there is more to ergonomics than simple changing your desk and chair to correct your posture.
While a discounted gym membership and onsite yoga classes may be ideal perks for a potential hire, employees are finding that they aren’t doing much in terms of improving their work performance. A new study indicates that workers value the simple things, which in turn improve their mood and productivity in the work environment.
Most people immediately think of yoga rooms and gym memberships when it comes to employee wellness programs. Contrary to popular belief, wellness can mean a lot of different things for different people. Take a look at what these entrepreneurs have done to encourage workplace wellness.
An office gym might get an employee on a regular exercise schedule, but is that all it takes to keep the employee happy? Workers share in a new research study that there is more to a happy work life than physical health initiatives.
Do you find yourself in the routine of eating lunch at your desk to beat deadlines, ensure you go home on time, or maybe stick to your diet? If you do, you might want to rethink this unhealthy habit. Learn about the dangers of desk lunches in this post.
Ergonomics play a huge role in reducing the development in musculoskeletal disorders and workplace injuries in the manufacturing industry. In order to improve workplace ergonomics, one expert shares his strategies to ensure employees are safe, healthy, and productive during their shift.
Companies everywhere are starting to bring their offices to ergonomic standards, but many would benefit from a complete makeover appealing to all five senses. After all, ergonomics is not just about the furniture. Read more to understand the concept experiential ergonomics and how businesses could apply them.
Bulacan Congressman Jose Antonio Sy-Alvarado has introduced a new bill that seeks to improve the health and safety of office computer workers. The proposal intends to better the health and well-being of employees for desirable outcomes at the individual level and the business at large.
A new study reveals significant statistical data on standing desk usage. The first research study of its kind, participants found success in using smart software to remind them to switch positions after a certain block of time. While a digital reminder was helpful, observing other participants also played a part.
Some companies are brainstorming elaborate wellness programs in the office, while others believe there is a quick solution to the work slump. Smart Break aims to improve productivity, engagement, office culture and health of employees, all the while saving employers more money.