Safety is expensive, but an accident is even more costly. All organizations, all business owners, all managers, supervisors and workers in all workplaces need to understand the effect of work performed on the human body and how we influence the demands of the work we do through human interaction. Both of these things relate to the correlation between the worker and the demands of the work they do, known as ergonomics and human factors.
"Disengagement is not an employee problem. It is a hangover from the Industrial Age that invented a middle tier in companies so useless and intrusive that a cartoon strip called Dilbert is the best picture we have of how it functions." Those are the words of author Chuck Blakeman. What do you think?
For millennials, there is no real separation between work and personal life. After all, much of the work they do is from home, from their smartphone or in the middle of the night. The mobility of millennials has shifted the typical nine to five job to a cloud-based, work-from-wherever career. Plus, the way millennials live is far different than their grandparents.