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Diabetes is a devastating illness - and not just for those with the disease. Employers are also shouldering massive and increasing direct and indirect costs due to diabetes.
Americans are getting less physical activity than ever, with people now spending an average of more than 13 hours a day in a chair
If you have outdoor workers in the Golden State or the Southwest, particularly in construction and agriculture and to some extent landscaping, you need to be aware of the big increase in Valley fever cases.
The holiday season can bring a combination of fun and excitement as well as stress and anxiety for your staff
While safety improvements slowly take hold in the construction industry, some firms are turning to technology to reduce workplace injuries.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is requiring businesses to step up their safety programs for workers exposed to respirable silica. The new, stricter regulations officially took effect on September 23.
While injuries and deaths that occur while someone is carrying out their work on behalf of their employer are compensated by workers' comp coverage, not all workplace injuries or deaths are compensable, as a recent court case shows.
By now you have surely heard of the scourge of opioid abuse that's swept the country over the past decade and the damage it is doing to individuals, families, communities and workplaces.
Every year a few hundred people are murdered in American workplaces by disgruntled workers or former employees who come back to exact revenge for perceived or real slights, or poor treatment.
Employees working in the rain face specific hazards, such as poor visibility and wet, slippery surfaces.