Employment

So you’re hiring a new ergonomist…What equipment does an ergonomist need?

A couple of weeks ago, we talked about our hiring process. After we’ve selected an ergonomist, we need to equip them. Here is what we provide, and train them to use: Annually-calibrated force gauge, pinch gauge, and grip dynamometers, and various custom-made attachments. Stopwatches, tape measure, and pedometer (measuring wheel). A backpack to carry all […]
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Human Resources Professionals: Here’s how an ergonomist can help you

When you Google “Human Resources” a featured snippet declares that  “human resource activities fall under the following five core functions: staffing, development, compensation, safety and health, and employee and labour relations.”  As ergonomists, we are also concerned with “human” resources, although perhaps from a slightly different perspective. How can these five HR functions can be […]
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