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Longer hours on the job linked to risky alcohol use, workplace inefficiencies, and bad health

4/1/2015 - Many studies have touted the benefits of drinking alcohol in moderation, perhaps the most widely-studied one revolving around red wine. While some have felt that the red wine/health link is nothing more than hype, others have found that its organic compound reservatrol is beneficial. In fact, one of...

Study finds plants boost workplace productivity

2/16/2015 - Just about everyone experiences lulls in productivity while at work, but a recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Exeter, working with four other universities, has discovered that adding green plants to work spaces can change that. The findings show that adding such greenery to office...

Workplace drug tests victimizing innocent people who can't urinate on demand

10/27/2013 - Having to urinate in small containers to provide urine specimens for any reason is not something most of us look forward to. But when it comes to random drug testing for the sake of ensuring an employer has a drug free environment, it can be a harrowing experience, especially if a faulty drug test causes...

Workplace wellness programs have virtually no beneficial impact on employee health

6/6/2013 - A "workplace wellness program" sounds like a great idea, but new studies are proving otherwise. In matters of reducing healthcare costs and having long term impact on employee health, these programs are failing, according to new data collected from the RAND corp. In 2014, when healthcare reform takes...

Chemical exposure in the workplace increases breast cancer risk in women

12/8/2012 - If you are a woman who works in an industry involving plastics or metal manufacturing, or in a conventional farming environment that exposes you to crop chemicals, you could be at a higher risk of developing breast cancer than women in other industries. These are the findings of a new study out of the...

Bush Administration Rushes to Change Workplace Toxin Regulations Before End of Term

8/20/2008 - In the final months of the Bush administration, the Department of Labor is pushing through a rule that will make it harder to regulate workers' on-the-job exposure to chemicals and toxins. Instead of disclosing their proposal (as required) in the public notices of regulatory plans, the Labor Secretary...

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