Jun 01 2015

So you know what a functional job description (aka a physical demands analysis) is, but what do you do with them?
May 28 2015
Once of the most valuable things an employer can do to protect themselves from unnecessary workers' compensation claims is to have an accurate, up-to-date  functional job analysis for each position within their organization.  
Nov 24 2014
Whether you work an alternate shift (or your employees do), or are trying to improve your sleep and get up to the golden 8 hours, there are a lot of small things that can be the key to more rest for you. And if you're not convinced of the importance of sufficient sleep, please read part one here.
Jan 29 2015
The CDC estimates that 29.1 million people (9.3% of the U.S. population) have diabetes. We’ve been hearing for years about the obesity epidemic in our country, and with that comes a host of other related health problems such as this. But of those people who have diabetes, 27.8% of them are undiagnosed.  What does this mean for employers, and what can be done to address this expensive issue?
Apr 23 2014
The term “Corporate Wellness” has gotten a bad rep because of ineffective, poorly executed weight loss challenges and cheesy incentives. But the truth is, investing in the health and wellness of employees has endless possibilities for returns. An exceptional program also has the potential to “strengthen an organization’s culture and to build employee pride, trust, and commitment.”
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