The Economics of Ergonomics
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As the baby boomer generation continues to age and comprise a larger portion of the workforce, businesses and organizations must prepare their employees with ergonomic recommendations and best practices to remain productive toward the end of their career. More employers are turning their workplaces into safer and healthier spaces in a bid to extract maximum productivity from their employees, especially for aging baby boomers. A healthier and more ergonomic environment will induce savings for businesses and result in a happier and more productive workforce. To learn more, checkout the infographic below created by Ohio University’s Online Masters of Engineering Management program.