Workplace Possibilities<sup>SM</sup> (Disability Management)

04/11/11
Although the costs of a workplace ergonomic program may seem daunting to a business at first, potential regulatory changes such as these highlight some of the benefits of having a program in place.
04/04/11
Here are eight ways you can improve the relationship with your disability provider in an effort to increase productivity and reduce absenteeism.
03/28/11
From stretching to using ergonomic keyboards, it is possible for employees to improve productivity and reduce the risk of injury.
03/21/11
Assistive technology can significantly reduce the risk of injuries due to overexertion and repetitive stress.
03/14/11
When a company starts an ergonomic evaluation it traditionally looks to identify and reduce basic ergonomic risk factors — things like poorly placed monitors or ill-fitting chairs. But it's what happens (or not) after the evaluation that determines the program's success.
03/07/11
Sometimes an employee's poor performance has nothing to do with lack of motivation. Often we find that appropriate assistance is all he or she needs.
02/28/11
An employee, a teacher, developed a condition that caused significant vision loss. Her experience highlights some of the great advancements in adaptive technologies.