Tag: workplace

A Case for the Hybrid Workplace of the Future

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit American shores, 95% of office workers transitioned to at least part time remote work. After months of experimenting with the new model of working, 97% now say they prefer working remotely. Eliminating commute, improving work-life balance, and increasing time with the family are just a few reasons workers have embraced remote jobs. Remote work has the power to help businesses too. For each employee working …
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Increasing Diversity in the Workplace

Diversity is a very prevalent and relevant issue in our society today.  It is even more important to consider in the business environment.  Business has historically been an exclusive sector of the workforce and because of this, we are still seeing the repercussions today.  Today 48% of businesses are not on track to meet their diversity goals, this is not an acceptable statistic.  The choice to embrace diversity should not …
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What is Muscle Pain (and How to Fix it)

Muscle pains in the workplace is surprisingly common – back pain alone accounts for 264 million missed days of work each year with the average person missing 12 days of work. 64 million adults said that their condition impacted their ability to complete their daily activities. An astounding amount of muscle injuries come from doing desk jobs and being in the workplace. Fatigue, overuse, misuse, and accidents are all common …
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Why We Must Trust Remote Workers

Remote work during COVID-19 has exploded in both popularity and necessity as millions of people are losing their jobs with businesses closing down. But even before COVID-19, remote work was on the rise. In 2019, 1 out of every 10 Americans were working from home at least 1 day a week. Remote work is so valued by employees because it lets workers have a better work-life balance, increase productivity and …
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