Article from EHS today

 

http://www.ehstoday.com/safety-leadership/15-ways-boost-job-satisfaction-infographic

 

Great article from flipboard of a Drexel University research review and suggestions.

https://flipboard.com/@flipboard/-a-new-study-shows-employers-need-to-be-/f-88ca92e8d4%2Finc.com

Link to the Drexel University page:

http://drexel.edu/now/archive/2017/November/Sitting-in-the-workplace-should-employers-be-held-accountable/

 

 

The practice of yoga is said to connect the participants’ body, mind and breath to create awareness, calmness and improved overall well-being. Previous studies have also found yoga to be beneficial for increasing strength, flexibility and decreasing stress, anxiety and pain related to musculoskeletal disorders. The 2016 Yoga In America Study conducted by the Yoga Journal (www.yogajournal.com/yogainamericastudy) claims 36 million people report doing yoga in the US with women making up approximately 72% of practitioners.

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Warming up before activity is important, especially for those performing strenuous or repetitive jobs.

We have all heard about stretching before or after activity, or as a way to break up repetitive tasks, but should we warm-up? Warming up has been shown to be effective in helping reduce overexertion which can cause sprains and strains of the muscles, tendons and ligaments. Warming up does this by: Read more