Monthly Archives

March 2016

Looks can be deceiving-especially when it comes to health.

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Looks can be deceiving. Look out at your workforce and see if you can actually spot the ones who are stronger, healthier and able to safely perform the essential functions of the job with minimal risk for injury, decreased lost time and fewer workers’ comp claims. Chances are that’s difficult to do with any degree of accuracy. A person who may look trim and fit may be your unhealthiest worker. A critical measure to the health and well-being of your workforce is the worker’s strength to body weight ratio-a new predictor of health and safety.

Click below to review Dr. Gilliam’s recent webcast that addresses muscular strength and its connection to the safety and well-being of your workforce.

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Pre-employment Testing

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Throughout America, employers face multiple challenges to maintaining and growing their companies in the face of a range of demographic and health challenges.  They increasingly recognize they cannot afford to assume physical competence of every applicant, nor acceptance of conventional retirement age to keep their workforce stable in health and physical capability.  Click on the following link to learn how one of our client’s is proactively dealing with these challenges.

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