The New York Times has sustained success in tackling ergonomic issues over the course of its ten-year program.
Medical costs associated with employee computer and equipment use.
The New York Times ergonomics program focuses on seven specific points:
The program attempts to reduce injuries and helps make work processes more efficient by working with each division of the company and anticipating areas of difficulties. For instance, the company examines hazards when new technologies are introduced or when departments are merged or transformed into new divisions with new responsibilities.
Reduced workers' compensation claims and related medical costs.
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