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Two digital sessions at the virtual National Ergonomics conference will teach attendees how to evaluate the success of ergonomics programs and how to communicate their value to a variety of stakeholders.
During the virtual kick-off of the National Ergonomics Conference and Ergo Expo®, keynote speaker Dr. Mike O’Neill explained the psychology behind the healthy workplace ‘nudge’ and how it can have ergonomic benefits.