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EHS Global Spotlight: Regulatory Impact of the Home Worker

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Companies all over the globe are actively working to determine their next steps in terms of office staff. While some companies have chosen to reopen, others are delaying until a future date and there are some that may never go back into a traditional office. It is certain that everyone is taking a hard look at the traditional office setting to determine what will work best for their organization. As we begin to pivot from reacting to the pandemic to being proactive, some employees may be switching from temporary home workers to permanent home workers.

Regulatory Impact of the Home Worker

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Companies all over the globe are actively working to determine their next steps in terms of office staff. While some companies have chosen to reopen, others are delaying until a future date and there are some that may never go back into a traditional office. It is certain that everyone is taking a hard look at the traditional office setting to determine what will work best for their organization. As we begin to pivot from reacting to the pandemic to being proactive, some employees may be switching from temporary home workers to permanent home workers.

The Hybrid Workplace Evolution: Ergonomics and Wellness Considerations

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While many employers and employees felt that working from home would be a temporary situation, more and more people are now accepting that working from home is here to stay and that the old workplace model is evolving. Employers are shifting to hybrid workplaces, allowing employees flexibility on where and when they work. While developing these new workplace structures, there are many important things to keep in mind, including ergonomics and employee wellness.

Webinar: The Hybrid Workplace Evolution: Ergonomics and Wellness Considerations

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August 11, 2021 /3BL Media/ - As office spaces begin to reopen across the globe, employees may not be returning to the same office space they left back in the spring of 2020. Some employees may not be returning at all as they shift to permanent remote working arrangements. Many companies are adopting a flexible hybrid working model that allows employees to work remotely a few days per week. Additionally, employees may no longer have an assigned desk or workspace within the office.

A Delicate Work-Life Balancing Act

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Successful businesses have happy, healthy employees. 

We spend an average of 50 hours a week at work, so it’s natural that we want to spend that time in an environment where we feel comfortable, valued, and cared for. If work is pure stress, it can cause us severe problems, both mentally and physically. 

Being under excessive pressure at work can impact our performance negatively, leading to fatigue, anxiety, and time away. Inevitably, these symptoms have become more prominent as a result of COVID-19.

How EHS Leaders Can Plan for the Reality of WFH and Hybrid Workplaces

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The business world at large is in a disorienting state of limbo. Some of us are working from home, others are back at the office. Some expect to be back at the office soon while others are content to continue working from home.

For EHS leaders, this ambiguity is hard to navigate. In many ways, this hybrid dynamic is even more complex than dealing with the demands of a workforce that’s fully remote.

Tackling WFH as a Communications Intern at VMware U.K.

Written by Ivan McCombs
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Communications intern Isabella Burton joined the VMware UK team amid the first stages of COVID-19. Now almost seven months into her internship, Isabella apprises her typical daily schedule and recounts her experience hunting for a placement amidst a global pandemic.

The EHS Professional's Quick-Link Guide to Environment, Health, and Safety Webinars

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Ongoing learning is essential for every Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) professional if you want to grow your career and effectively manage program initiatives in a fast-changing industry. And while in-person industry events may be put on hold, there are still other resources available to help you stay up to date on all things EHS and Sustainability related.

Tooling Up For The Post-Pandemic Era

By Ron Nersesian, Chairman and CEO of Keysight Technologies
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Disruptions resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic have been broad and substantial, but the responses to those challenges have also been promising. In particular, the technologies that have been deployed to accommodate the need for personal distancing may also provide a guide to managing life and work in the post-pandemic era.

The ABC of Smart Living When You’re WFH

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Millions of us are working from home (WFH) because of the pandemic. But as we switch from offices to living rooms and home offices, there are ways to make the experience better and to save energy while you’re at it. Here are some seven great ways to make your WFH experience smarter and greener.

1. Make it cosy, not costly

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