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Assessing the Ergonomics of Your Workplace and Making Changes

In the context of the workplace we often hear about "ergonomics." This refers to the study of how individuals interact with their surroundings. An ergonomically sound workplace is one that allows workers to do their tasks with minimal strain and maximum efficiency. To protect their workers' wellbeing, businesses should put ergonomics first. 

Jonas Østergaard Pedersen, International SEM Manager at EcoOnline mentioned, "As technology evolves, people need to find ways to make their work more comfortable. If you spend most of your day at a computer, it's important to choose high-quality ergonomic furniture and ergonomic peripherals like chairs, mice, keyboards, and monitors."
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Practical Ways to Reward Employees for Standout Performance

Rewarding employees for standout performance is crucial in promoting productivity, motivation, and job satisfaction. Employee recognition is not only essential in retaining your top talent but also in fostering a positive work culture. Here are a few ways to reward employees for standout performance.

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Ready, Set, Move! Tips for a Successful Career-Related Relocation

Moving to a new city for a career opportunity can bring some anxiety, which often makes the process less enjoyable. You will be entering the unknown, but if you are prepared, you can make your relocation successful. It's important to plan ahead so that you can hit the ground running when you arrive in your new home. Here are some tips to help you get started.

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Which profession has the happiest workers?

It is difficult to pinpoint a specific industry or profession that has the happiest employees as job satisfaction and happiness can vary greatly depending on individual preferences and experiences. However, according to some studies and surveys, the following industries and professions have been found to have relatively high levels of job satisfaction and happiness among employees:

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Help! I Hate My Co-Workers!

In just about every employee survey we conduct, people will almost always report that liking their colleagues and the other people they work with is one of the most positive aspects of their job. But on rare occasions that's not always the case. Sometimes anomosity between co-workers can run high. Here are a few tips for dealing with that (admittedly rare) situation both from a management as well as an individual point-of-view.

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How does better teamwork affect your organization?

Teamwork is important for both productivity and morale because it allows team members to collaborate and work together toward common goals. Here are a few reasons why: 

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Easy Tips on How to Boost Your Staff’s Loyalty in 2023

Running a company is a challenging job, but if you have the right people by your side, you won't have a problem making all your dreams come true. This is why you need to start hiring people as soon as you notice that your company is getting bigger and bigger because they're going to help you run it more easily and effectively. However, not all employees are going to work for you to the fullest, so you have to come up with a system to pick only the best ones out there. This might take a while, but once you define who you need, you'll start finding the perfect staff in no time at all. Unfortunately, hiring these people isn't enough because you need to know how to manage them properly and make them happy, satisfied, and, above all, productive and motivated at all times. The only way to do that is by being good to them and encouraging them to stay loyal to you, and in case this is something you're struggling with, here are a few tips that could help you solve these problems and boost your staff's loyalty in 2023. 

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Reasons Why Employers Should Keep Track of Employee Health Data

As an employer, there is a certain level of intentional care that should be put into the health and safety of your employees. One way to simultaneously ensure your employees are in good health and ascertain that you are doing your job as a responsible employer is to keep track of the health data of your employees. There are many reasons that this practice is beneficial, but we’ve compiled some of the most significant.

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Non-Traditional Benefits That Attract and Retain Top Talent

The best workers do the best and the most work. But many companies do an awful job of finding and keeping them.

It is becoming harder to attract and retain top talent working within your business. Financial rewards are one thing, and a lot of companies simply increase the pay offered to try and attract the best talent, but this isn’t the only possible solution. If you don’t have the money to do this, or you want to find alternative ways to attract talent, there are things you can do, and methods that you can pursue to make yourself an attractive employer. One of these methods are benefit programs such as retirement benefits, health insurance plans, paid time off, equity and many more. They can have a significant impact on employee engagement and retention.
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The Importance of an EarthQuake Survival Plan for Your Employees

With recent earthquakes in Iran and Turkey filling the news, it's no surprise that individuals and companies are looking to improve emergency preparedness. The average American spends a third of their day during the week at their places of employment. However, according to a recent survey on emergency preparedness, over 33% of respondents said they were unsure about emergency plans related to specific incidents.
Emergency preparedness is essential to ensure the safety of employees, minimize the increased risk of damage to persons and property, and ensure that businesses can be back up and running as quickly as possible.
For a plan to be successful, it is essential that employers lay out step-by-step what the processes will be should a disaster occur to ensure their employees understand and know what to do. But what does a survival plan for an earthquake entail? We have compiled a list of five steps to ensure your plan is solid, you have the proper supplies, and your employees will know how to follow it.
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