3 Ways To Increase Your Productivity At Work


Are you seeking a promotion? Or do you just want to finish on time for a change? Increasing your productivity is a great life and work goal. It’s good for business, it means more free time during your day (or more time for extra projects), and the sense of achievement in completing a task is hard to beat. Below are some sure-fire ways of getting the most from your work day.

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Four Ways to Prevent Hearing Loss at Work

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Your ability to hear is a very important asset. Whether you work in engineering, administration, health or customer service, you will need to communicate to colleagues, bosses and customers every day. So it’s important that you protect your ears.

Keeping your hearing healthy is as important at home as it is at work. In fact, occupational deafness constitutes a sizable portion of cases of hearing impairment and deafness. Here are a few ways to prevent hearing loss at work:

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4 Common Office-Related Injuries and How to Avoid Them


A desk job may not seem fraught with danger, but the reality is office workers count for a large proportion of injury claims each and every year. These are the top four office-related injuries and how to avoid them.

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5 Things To Know About Workers’ Compensation

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When things go wrong in the workplace, it’s a relief to know that workers’ compensation exists to protect you. Whether you’re an employee or a business owner, this legislation is in place to aid you in the event of workplace accidents and injuries. Here are some of the key things you should know about workers’ compensation insurance. For a more comprehensive understanding – or if you need tailored assistance for your situation – be sure to get in touch with people who specialise in this field, such as Sinnamon Lawyers.

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3 Ways to Deal with Noise Pollution in the Workplace

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Excessive noise over a long period of time will damage your hearing. Noise above 85 decibels (about the level of noise generated by particularly heavy traffic) is considered harmful if exposed to for a long period of time. Such damage is gradual, but permanent. You may not even notice it at first but when you do, you’ll have to live with it for the rest of your life. Those who work on construction sites and areas where loud tools are used are most obviously at risk but noise pollution can easily occur in offices or even retail environments too. Here are few ways you can properly deal with noise pollution in the workplace.

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