ergonomics Newsletter


December 30 2006 Ergonomics Newsletter

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The Aging Workforce - Ergonomic Accommodations Benefit Experienced Employees
With foresight, planning, and a willingness to make accommodations for the physical changes that occur with advancing years, businesses can benefit from the wisdom and experience of their aging employees, maintain a consistent workforce, avoid employee turnover costs, and remain competitive.

This is Part 1 of a 3 part series exploring how ergonomics can help us accomodate for our aging bodies. Part 2 will address the physiological changes that occur after the age of 40 and computer accomodations. Part 3 will address ergonomics and safety issues for the aging workforce in industry.

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