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  2. What Managers Can Do to Ease Workplace Stress - SHRM

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    No one comes into the office on Saturday, but everyone checks their email 24/7." "We live in a culture that values business and stress," she said. "Stress is a powerful currency.

  3. What is remote working? Definition and examples - Market ...

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    Since the advent of the Internet a few decades ago, how we work, study, play, spend our leisure time, communicate, and gather information has changed significantly. Today, we can have video conferences, communicate by texting, mobile phones, and email. We can store our work in the cloud for colleagues and bosses to access and also work on.

  4. 5 Ways HR Can Improve Employee Productivity - RiseSmart

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    Improving eye health and reducing eye strain and headaches will improve overall productivity. In addition to light, noise level and temperature also play key roles in employee productivity. One study discovered that temperatures below 68 degrees result in a 50% drop in productivity and an increase of errors by 44%. The ideal temperature for ...

  5. A Better, Fairer Approach to Layoffs - Harvard Business Review

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    Today layoffs have become companies’ default response to the challenges created by advances in technology and global competition. Yet research shows that job cuts rarely help senior leaders ...

  6. The Workers' Compensation Commission (WCC) administers the workers' compensation laws of the State of Connecticut with the ultimate goal of ensuring that workers injured on the job receive prompt payment of wage loss benefits and appropriate medical treatment.

  7. $66k-$117k Work From Home RN Jobs (NOW HIRING) - ZipRecruiter

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    Browse 2,999,989 WORK FROM HOME RN Jobs ($66K-$117K) hiring now from companies with openings. Find your next job near you & 1-Click Apply!

  8. Health Promotion: Causes, Beliefs and Measurements - PMC

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    After more than a decade (late 1980s through the 1990s) of slowing healthcare costs and related premiums, organizations are once again having to address the issue of allocating more resources to provide employee health benefits. 9, 10 The combined trend of low inflation, positive economic conditions, the promise of cost control through the ...

  9. Labour And Employment Laws Of India - Employee ... - Mondaq

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    The said Act puts special emphasis on welfare, health and safety of workers. The said Act is instrumental in strengthening the provisions relating to safety and health at work, providing for statutory health surveys, requiring appointment of safety officers, establishment of canteen, crèches, and welfare committees etc. in large factories.

  10. The bread and butter of any medical practitioner is the reliability of appointments in the records. A capable EMR system should at least integrate with scheduling and appointment systems, email programs, and the like to allow for the timely sending of notifications to patients. Medication tracking. It is one of the most powerful features of an ...

  11. How health insurance changed from protecting patients to ...

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    The former covered hospital care and the latter doctors’ visits. Between 1940 and 1955, the number of Americans with health insurance skyrocketed from 10 percent to over 60 percent. That was before the advent of government programs like Medicare and Medicaid. The Blue Cross/Blue Shield logo became ubiquitous as a force for good across America.