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New eGuide: Reducing MSDs to Strengthen Your Bottom Line

In recent posts we have focused on describing the benefits of improving workplace ergonomics—benefits that include greater productivity, decreased employee turnover, and increased employee health and satisfaction. All of these benefits contribute to an overall sturdier business, keeping your workers working and your bottom line in the black.

But if understanding why to improve ergonomics is important, understanding how to improve them is essential. As with any process, there is a wrong way and a right way to go about it, and to realize the benefits of ergonomics, you want to make sure you’re going about it the right way, seeking guidance from professionals who present years of experience in the field.

For this purpose we have put together an e-guide that details what to look for—and what to avoid—in an ergonomics consultant.