Health

Will telework continue in 2023?

If the US labor market continues weakening next year, companies could stop allowing employees to work remotely. Executives generally fall into two camps when it comes to working from home, which has increased during the pandemic as workers have gained influence over a tight labor market. Some believe he has advantagelike happier employees, while others …

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absenteeism at work | More than 1.2 million Spaniards are absent from work every day

More 1.2 million Spaniards were absent of their work every day during the second quarter of 2022. 22.1% of these workers did so while not on sick leave, while the rest did not go to work due to a “temporary incapacity”, as revealed Randstad Researchthe Randstad think tank, in its Quarterly Absenteeism Report. These absences …

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Castilla-La Mancha joins the Week for Safety and Health at Work

The musculoskeletal problems (MSDs) are the most common work-related conditions in European Union countries and affect millions of workers and cost businesses billions of euros. According to data from National Institute of Social Security (INSS), are responsible for 24% of temporary disabilities and 50% of permanent disabilities. Work-related MSDs are damage to body structures such …

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Musculoskeletal disorders, the most common cause of sick leave

Millions of workers across Europe suffer from musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). And despite major efforts to prevent them, they remain the most widespread work-related health problem in Europe.But what is behind this acronym? MSDs are cumulative disorders resulting from repeated exposure to more or less heavy loads over a long period. These disorders, which are also …

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Primary health care professionals presented their work at the first APS congress

September 12, 2022 – 2:36 pm Vaccinations, mental health, dengue fever, indigenous health, were some of the axes chosen by the health workers and health promoters who participated in the first International Congress of Primary Health Care “There is a reason, it’s you”, which took place on September 8 and 9 at the Posadas Congress …

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