Tag Archives: employee health

Unpacking Voluntary Benefits: Critical Illness

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Tired Employees


After a survey of over 2,000 workers performed in early 2018, the National Safety Council pointed to fatigue as a factor in 13 percent of workplace accidents, which negatively impacted 90 percent of employers. 
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Injuries and Older Construction Workers: Facts and Recommendations

As U.S. construction and other workers grow older, companies and contractors must look at ways to lessen physical injuries, which increase with age.

Between 1998 and 2010, the average age of construction workers increased from 36 to 41.5, according to the Center for Construction Research and Training. 
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Retire Early to Live Longer?

It’s not the act of retirement but what you do during that time that may help you live longer.

Having a purposeful life, staying active and avoiding stress are the main ways to live longer in retirement. 
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How Do HR Recruiters Find Offline Candidates?

In the age of social media, we assume everyone has an iPhone/iPad/iWatch or an Android device attached like an umbilical cord. But is that really true?

Of the millions (maybe billions) of recruits on social media, there are millions who aren’t. Yes, most are older. But Millennials are sidestepping social media in favor of “private exchanges instead of public posts” for more intimate communication, according to CheatSheet. 
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