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In today's ever-evolving work landscape, people are signing on from an array of locations, ranging from traditional offices to remote home environments and third places like coffee shops. While this hybrid model allows for a dynamic and flexible work experience, it poses a significant challenge for maintaining consistent ergonomic standards, potentially leading to discomfort and reduced productivity.

In this webinar, renowned ergonomics expert Dr. Alan Hedge will delve into the world of ergonomics in the context of various work settings, citing eye-opening insights from our recently conducted survey. He’ll offer practical ways to transform existing spaces into workspaces that optimize for comfort and productivity. Whether you're a designer, facilities manager, or an employee, this webinar will empower you to make informed decisions and design for maximum well-being and efficiency.

Following the 45-minute presentation, there will be a 15-minute live Q&A.
Professor Emeritus, Cornell University; PhD, CPE, C.Erg.HF
Dr. Alan Hedge is a world-renowned ergonomics and indoor air quality expert with over 4 decades of experience on these topics. He was a professor in Department of Design and Environmental Analysis at Cornell University for over 30 years and is now Professor Emeritus. He is an extensively published author with 4 books and over 250 publications. Hedge is often cited in the national and international media and has appeared on innumerable TV and radio programs - a President of the International Ergonomics Association recently noted "he is perhaps the most often cited ergonomist in the media.