With people now settling into a hybrid way of working we are often asked by companies some common questions…. 1. What is the best way to manage both the home and office working environment? There is a strong movement
Laptops have become increasingly popular over the years due to advances in technology. Gone are the days of most Australian households owning a computer monitor. Laptops are an affordable alternative to large computer screens, as they are smaller, lighter,
Thanks to the impact of COVID-19, now looks to be a good time to talk about risk when working from home – and it appears that corporate Australia agrees. Read the story here.
WHO and public health authorities around the world are taking action to contain the COVID-19 outbreak, long term containment cannot be guaranteed. Businesses are now preparing for potential disruption and how to minimise the risk to their employees. Working from
This white paper looks at the current research around this topic and identifies key future health trends that will impact the Australian workforce over the next 20 years. What could be done differently in the workplace to address this?
Search Rescue is a growing digital marketing agency based in Sydney. We have intentionally chosen not to rent an office space because of the costs of rent and utilities. We have our client meetings at their offices thus reducing the
Pregnant workers listen up! Whether you’re about to become a mother for the first time or your brood is growing, there’s so much to plan for an impending arrival. Make sure your workspace is included on your checklist. To
With all the fuss about standing at your desk to help improve posture and burn more kilojoules, many people are missing the point – standing all day is no substitute for being active. No matter how multifunctional your sit-stand
Mobile working means mobile devices, and there is no doubt that working directly from these devices is a musculoskeletal injury risk factor. We see it everywhere as more people work remotely, at all times of the day, often from
Limiting the typical workday to 8 hours was a boon for workers during the 20th-century Industrial Revolution, whereby organisations could demand factory workers toil for up to 16 hours a day and child-labour was rife. More than 100 years