Working from home sounds like the ideal work/life-balance situation, whereby you set your own hours and wear what you want. Yet, it can be fraught with hazards. Apart from your deadlines bleeding into your downtime (if you don’t set
More and more modern workers are complaining of a hectic lifestyle, with long hours, high turnover, increasing deadline demands with the expectation to “Deliver! Deliver! Deliver!” Employees are stretched to the limit and trying to find time to balance
Driving for work offers many benefits: set your own schedule; enjoy a dynamic ‘office’ environment; meet interesting people throughout the day. Yet mobile workers who spend long periods of time in their vehicles have the same musculoskeletal risks as
The agile worker has the advantage of a ‘moveable work feast’ in the office, engaging with different team members and repositioning themselves throughout the day to maintain that spark that leads to greater productivity – but at what cost
Remote workers and agile workers are under threat of chronic health concerns from the repetitive use of their portable devices. While working remotely may be a lot gentler on your boss’s inner-city carbon footprint, remote and agile workers may
It’s easy to see why flexible work options have steadily gained popularity among employers and employees in recent years. Companies with a mobile workforce can save money on office space while the employees can enjoy the freedom to work
Ergoworks ran a national mobile working series discussing the risks with having staff working offsite and some of the equipment solutions that can be provided to overcome these risks.
Our General Manager John Rutherford discusses how to choose the right backpack, pack your bag to reduce the risk of injury to your spine.
Australian’s spend a significant amount of time at work. Whether it is at the office or a remote location, we tend to be take additional time on top of our normal working hours to respond to emails, answer telephone
Office workstation set up plays a vital role in both the quality of health for the employee and the productivity the workers. Current evidence suggests introducing more walking and movement breaks throughout the day to promote better hear and