Ergoworks in the media

Make Telework Work

HCA Mag – January 2012

Ninety per cent of work-from-home offices are set up badly, resultin in possible risks to employee health and increases in workers’ comp claims. Kate Aubusson explores how organisations can protect their work-from-home employees and their bottom line.

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Business Liable for Home Office Safety

Australian Financial Review – Tuesday March 20, 2012

The harmonisation of occupational health and safety laws that came into effect on January 1 widens employers’ obligations to staff working from home to include contracters, consultants and volunteers.

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Putting workplace health and safety laws to work

Marnie Douglas, Founder, Ergoworks – March, 2012

Marnie Douglas discusses the implications of WHS laws for home-based workers.

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Are Your Home Workers Safe?

Dynamic Small Business Magazine – Sunday February 12, 2012

Over three-quarters of a million Australian workers are now working from home at least two days each week and this number is continuing to grow. New legislative requirements mean you need to make sure, more than ever.

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Protecting Home Workers

Government News – Sunday January 1, 2012

Mitigating the risks of having home workers should be high on an employer’s agenda, writes Marnie Douglas

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The Big Story: court case highlights work-from-home policies

HC Online

Employers are grappling with work-from-home arrangements after a Telstra employee successfully claimed for injuries she sustained in her own home.

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Working From Home Hits Safety Hurdle

Australian Financial Review, 23rd September 2011

“Concerns over work injury liabilities could hamper government plans to boost the number of people working from home, legal experts say”

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Getting Back to Basics is the Seat of the Problem


“Sitting at a desk for eight hours each day might not seem very stressful on the body, but a poorly set-up workstation can lead to long-term injuries”

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Ergoworks from Sydney has been named Champion Health & Fitness Services at the Australian Small Business Champion Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony held on Saturday 14th November at the Westin Sydney.

Following their win at the state level, Ergoworks represented New South Wales, to win the coveted title of Australian Small Business Champion Health & Fitness Services.

The Australian Small Business Champion Awards is the only national program of its kind to recognise the achievements and performances of small businesses.

Thirty-seven small business categories including two entrepreneur categories were presented on the night. Award recipients were delighted to receive their gold Champion statuette, certificate and national recognition. In addition, having their passion, dedication, commitment and hard work celebrated amongst their peers was an experience they will never forget.

Small businesses from across Australia delivered an impressive array of entries, with national winners representing a broad range of industries from all states and territories.

One of the aims of the Small Business Champion Awards is to encourage excellence. “The Small Business Champion Awards is a celebration of small business and its contribution to the Australian way of life”, said Steve Loe, Managing Director of Precedent Productions and founder of the awards. “I congratulate all the winners and finalists who entered the awards as they displayed passion, innovation and entrepreneurial spirit,” said Mr Loe.

Symon Brewis-Weston, Executive General Manager, Commonwealth Bank Local Business Banking, said, “The Australian Small Business Champion Awards recognise the invaluable contribution that small businesses make to their local communities and the country’s economy. Commonwealth Bank Local Business Banking is committed to supporting small businesses and we are proud to be involved in a program that celebrates the successes, innovation and entrepreneurial spirit of Australia’s vibrant small business community.”

The Awards are proudly presented by Precedent Productions, a small business in its own right and supported by the Major Sponsor, Commonwealth Bank Local Business Banking; Associate Sponsors, QuickBooks, Australian Defence Force -Defence Reserves Support, cjt design, Real Estate News Television, Premier Awards, Sabo Photography, Your Business Success and The Westin Sydney.

How to Save Your Back

Government News, October 2008

What are the major heath impacts resulting from our office environments – and what can we do about them?

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