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Why Dehydration Is An Occupational Hazard
Diet & Nutrition
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Diet & Nutrition
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Why Dehydration Is An Occupational Hazard

Matthew Jackson - Jul 07, 2017

The symptoms of dehydration are recognizable to most: increased thirst, dry mouth, and even a headache are the body’s more obvious ways of signaling when to refill…

Both Feet on The Ground: The Risks of Occupational Standing
Awareness & Education
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Awareness & Education
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Both Feet on The Ground: The Risks of Occupational Standing

Jon F. Kabance, RKT - Jun 02, 2017

In the context of occupational health, standing is often framed as something employees aren’t getting enough of. This applies largely to sedentary work environments, where standing desks…

Good Nutrition Boosts Employee Productivity
Awareness & Education
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Awareness & Education
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Good Nutrition Boosts Employee Productivity

Michael Liuzza - May 18, 2017

It’s no secret that when employees show up to work at less than 100%, they’re less engaged and less productive. Presenteeism is more than just working while…

Why Exercise Belongs in the Workplace
Exercise Science
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Exercise Science
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Why Exercise Belongs in the Workplace

Jacqueline Victoria - May 04, 2017

Although the physical benefits of exercise are already familiar to most, new evidence suggests that exercising in the workplace has the greatest potential to maximize employee performance.…

Proactive Intervention, Part II: Stop the Injury Cycle
Containment Strategy
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Containment Strategy
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Proactive Intervention, Part II: Stop the Injury Cycle

Jon F. Kabance, RKT - Mar 21, 2017

A three-part series on proactive intervention by BIOKINETIX In Part I, we addressed why it’s important to help injured employees recover without interrupting the healing process. The traditional…

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Why Dehydration Is An Occupational Hazard
Diet & Nutrition
0 shares324 views
Diet & Nutrition
0 shares324 views

Why Dehydration Is An Occupational Hazard

Matthew Jackson - Jul 07, 2017

The symptoms of dehydration are recognizable to most: increased thirst, dry mouth, and even a headache are the body’s more obvious ways of signaling when to refill…

Both Feet on The Ground: The Risks of Occupational Standing
Awareness & Education
0 shares277 views
Awareness & Education
0 shares277 views

Both Feet on The Ground: The Risks of Occupational Standing

Jon F. Kabance, RKT - Jun 02, 2017

In the context of occupational health, standing is often framed as something employees aren’t getting enough of. This applies largely to sedentary work environments, where standing desks…

Good Nutrition Boosts Employee Productivity
Awareness & Education
0 shares230 views
Awareness & Education
0 shares230 views

Good Nutrition Boosts Employee Productivity

Michael Liuzza - May 18, 2017

It’s no secret that when employees show up to work at less than 100%, they’re less engaged and less productive. Presenteeism is more than just working while…

Why Exercise Belongs in the Workplace
Exercise Science
0 shares373 views
Exercise Science
0 shares373 views

Why Exercise Belongs in the Workplace

Jacqueline Victoria - May 04, 2017

Although the physical benefits of exercise are already familiar to most, new evidence suggests that exercising in the workplace has the greatest potential to maximize employee performance.…

Proactive Intervention, Part II: Stop the Injury Cycle
Containment Strategy
0 shares287 views
Containment Strategy
0 shares287 views

Proactive Intervention, Part II: Stop the Injury Cycle

Jon F. Kabance, RKT - Mar 21, 2017

A three-part series on proactive intervention by BIOKINETIX In Part I, we addressed why it’s important to help injured employees recover without interrupting the healing process. The traditional…

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