×

Warning

JUser: :_load: Unable to load user with ID: 3667

Displaying items by tag: health and safety

We all know sitting at a computer can be so sedentary and while we think about the size of our middle, we might not be thinking as much about whether we’re sitting straight and comfortably. CZUR has the answer with a nifty gadget that securely watches you and lets you know if you're being a slouch.

As the government begins to lift restrictions around the country, business leaders are now starting to grapple with the process of transitioning their employees from remote working to returning to the office environment. Jason Trevethick, Managing Director of Paxus and talentCRU, has extensive experience and knowledge in workforce management across a range of industries and company sizes. In this series, he shares his thoughts on the challenges we are now facing and how we can overcome these with an appropriate Return to Work Plan.

As the government begins to lift restrictions around the country, business leaders are now starting to grapple with the process of transitioning their employees from remote working to returning to the office environment. Jason Trevethick, Managing Director of Paxus and talentCRU, has extensive experience and knowledge in workforce management across a range of industries and company sizes. In this series, he shares his thoughts on the challenges we are now facing and how we can overcome these with an appropriate Return to Work Plan.

Published in Market

Chinese visitors from China’s Hubei province will not be able to attend the GSMA MWC Barcelona event to be held in Barcelona later this month due to restrictions on access now imposed by the GSMA due to concerns over the spread of the coronavirus.

Published in Health
Friday, 15 April 2016 11:43

New Zealand tightens H&S laws

All around the world governments are turning their attention to OH&S – Occupational health and safety – and in many cases making serious breaches a criminal, rather than a civil liability.

Published in Business Software

Apple’s decision to ban the use of benzene and n-hexane to protect their workers who make their products from chemical exposures has got a tick of approval from activist group Green America, but it wants Apple to go much further in protecting its workers.

Friday, 17 June 2011 09:15

European wireless ban doomed

An attempt by Europe to outlaw the use of mobile phones and wireless networks in schools is probably doomed in its ambition to limit children's exposure to wireless-associated radiation.

Published in Networking

WEBINARS ONLINE & ON-DEMAND

GUEST ARTICLES

VENDOR NEWS

Guest Opinion

Guest Reviews

Guest Research

Guest Research & Case Studies

Channel News

Comments