It’s heating up outside, and some regions are already experiencing heat waves. As we get deeper into the summer months, it’s important that everyone understands the signs of heat illness and practices prevention. (more…)
With more workplaces bringing employees back to work in-person, safety measures are incredibly important. Recently, we held a poll asking our readers which safety measures were most important. Here’s what they had to say. (more…)
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact many parts of the country, which makes taking proper workplace wellness precautions incredibly important.
If you’re returning to work soon and aren’t sure what you should be doing to stay safe, these tips will help you with safety:
Reading about proper back support, correct lifting techniques, and eye protection tips can be tedious. But that doesn’t mean they aren’t worth discussing. If you’re looking to up your safety game, check out these handy graphics chock-full of tips.
Have you ever encountered a safety issue at work? What was it like? Let us know in the comments section below!
Keep your brain healthy and strong.
Work is hard. In addition to normal job responsibilities, you also have to deal with other people. And sometimes stressful conflict can pop up with co-workers, bosses, vice-presidents, and even higher up the chain.
Occasionally those interactions go swimmingly. And occasionally they don’t.
As defined by Merriam-Webster, a mental health day is “a day that an employee takes off from work in order to relieve stress or renew vitality.”
Sounds nice, doesn’t it? If you find yourself dreading driving to the office every morning, bringing work home with you (either physically or mentally), or flinching every time your phone rings, it’s time for a mental health day.
Here are a few signs it might be time to rest the ol’ noggin. (more…)
When we think of workplace injuries, our thoughts turn to accidents on construction sites or unfortunate incidents involving warehouse fork-lifts. However, plenty of injuries happen in offices every day.
From tripping over electrical cords to slipping on someone’s spilled lunch, you never know what could cause an injury. Here’s a handy flyer to make sure you end up safe and sound.
Here’s what you had to say.
People like to hack things. If you don’t change your passwords often to protect your information, you’re putting yourself (and your company) at risk.
But changing passwords and keeping up with them is tough. And, honestly, more than a little annoying.
To find out whether our readers are changing their passwords enough, we put out a two-question survey earlier this month. Here are your responses: