Psychological Safety and Mental Health: How are They Related?

When it comes to impact on workplace culture and psychological safety, mental health needs to be considered. Organizations that have poor psychological safety will be negatively affecting the mental health of all of their employees. This could be especially damaging to those who are already dealing with mental health issues. However, negative effects on mental … Read more

Building a Workplace Injury Prevention Program

Workplace Injury Prevention Program

As an employer, you know that your employees are your organization’s biggest asset. By building a workplace injury prevention program, employers protect their largest asset and optimize it as well. Study after study has shown that implementing a successful workplace injury prevention program often leads to higher productivity, greater work quality, reduced turnover, lower costs, … Read more

Functionally Optimized Massage vs. Physical Therapy for Workers

Functionally Optimized Massage vs. Physical Therapy for Workers

With the costs of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) mounting, many organizations are turning to physical therapy and functionally optimized massage to solve MSD’s before they start, and to help employees with MSDs recover faster and find relief sooner. The use of these treatments lowers overall healthcare costs, costs related to employee absence due to injury and … Read more

Workplace CPR Training: Why and Where to Get It

Workplace CPR Training

Whether your workplace is required by OSHA to be certified in CPR, or if you simply want to make your workplace safer, then workplace CPR training is for you. In addition to meeting any OSHA requirements, there are intangible benefits. Workplace CPR training may help increase company morale. Holding CPR training in the workplace says … Read more

Telehealth Trends to Expect in 2022

Telehealth Trends to Expect in 2022

With the onset of COVID-19, health providers had to adapt how they provided care for their patients. Where many physicians had been reluctant to start incorporating telehealth into their practices, they had no choice back in 2020 at the height of the pandemic. To give you a numerical example, in 2019, 8% of consumers reported … Read more

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