Working With Disabilities

After surgery led to limited strength and mobility in his dominant hand, Lance LaVergne found new ways to adjust and remain productive with help from Wells Fargo's Accommodations Management team.

It started with a small bump on his right hand that was easy to dismiss, but when Lance LaVergne, a Wells Fargo Enterprise Talent Acquisition Strategy & Practice manager, started to feel tingling sensations radiate down through his little finger, he decided it was time to head to a doctor. After having what he thought was only a benign cyst removed, the precautionary pathology report determined it was, in fact, a myxoinflammatory fibroblastic sarcoma (MIFS) — a rare malignant soft tissue sarcoma.

7 Steps for Conducting Ergonomic Assessments in Lower-Risk Facilities


It is easy to lose sight of the importance of ergonomics in a low-risk workplace such as an office, data center, or warehouse .If, as an EHS manager, you want to get back on track with your ergonomic program, consider an ergonomic assessment.  

The 'End of Sitting' as We Know It?

by Daniel Rosen

Attendees at the inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial may have come across a concept for an office space that, upon first glance, appears better suited for an avant-garde theater than an everyday workplace. 

“The End of Sitting” is an experimental office space that uses its unique design to encourage workers to stand, lean or lie against its many three-dimensional shapes.

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