A Look at How the Workplace Affects Physical and Mental Well Being Client’s Name School Name Health in Crisis: A Look at how the Workplace Affects Physical and Mental Well Being As more and more people enter the workplace and as retirement age becomes extended, there is greater opportunity for the work environment to impact physical and mental health. Occupational and industrial medicine are relatively new disciplines which study how various factors of the workplace affect employee health. New technologies and wider employee diversity can contribute to the negative impacts that jobs have on people’s well being. Many indicators can be the source of stress and musculoskeletal disorders, and variances in occupation, sex, and circumstances are...The end:
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