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Safety in the post-Covid world

Kate Gardner, Tutor & H&S Consultant for International Workplace describes how health and safety training for managers has evolved to meet post pandemic challenges Having lived and worked through a challenging 18 months, managers could be forgiven for thinking that ...

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Support staff

With a recent survey revealing that workplace wellbeing is a priority for staff, it’s time to invest in workspace technology to support the health, safety and wellbeing of workers, says Paul Zuidema, Managing Director EMEA, Ergotron Over the last 18 ...

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Flexible tech and wellbeing support is a priority for job seekers, particularly the younger generation

Three quarters (73 per cent) of UK workers believe that the provision of ergonomic work conditions, as well as support for their health would help determine whether to join an organisation. The survey by Ergotron, revealed that younger generations surveyed ...

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Home advantage

While workers are beginning to go back to the office, a significant number of knowledge workers are still primarily home based. A trend paper from DURABLE, ‘Working in small spaces’ provides some practical solutions When FMJ covered research by Durable ...

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Personal preferences

Patrick Ames, Director of Claremont suggests we need to look to individual personas to create ergonomic, desirable and efficient workplaces After 20 months of unprecedented change – businesses are fast realising the need to reinvent the workplace. The saying ‘we’re ...

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Innovative, functional and ingenious design: German Innovation Award 2021 and IF Design Award 2021 for the DURABLE Monitor Mounts

An ‘exceptional innovative achievement’ and a ‘successful marriage of form and functionality’ – called to assess DURABLE’s Monitor Mounts, both the German Design Council and the jury of the iF Design Award were full of praise. Having emerged as winner ...

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The wheel’s turning

Ann Clarke, Director of The Future Workplace at nationwide workplace consultancy and interior design business Claremont, suggests the Hub and Spoke office could be the future of the workplace Just over a year ago – the world wondered if the ...

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Workplace Ergonomics Survey 2021

Leading ergonomics specialist, DURABLE, is conducting research in partnership with FMJ to gain insights into how FMs approach ergonomics at home to equal that of the workplace. What began as a short-term response in March 2020 has morphed into a ...

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AJ Products and ukactive investigate how to tackle sedentary behaviour in the workforce

The COVID-19 pandemic has shed new light on an already critical aspect of working life: that of employee health and wellbeing. While awareness of the dangers of sedentary working was already increasing, these unprecedented times underline the importance of companies ...

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Home design

What began as a short-term response in March 2020 has morphed into a way of life for millions of office staff who continue to work from home. Sam Rylands, Marketing Manager for DURABLE warns that the quality of the ergonomics ...

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