Adjustable Height Desks – Ergonomics and Wellness

Guest blog by David Bernardi, Ergonomic Consultant, President of Summit Ergonomics

Part one of a three part series.

Ergonomic programs and/or medical accommodation requests are typically managed and fulfilled by EHS or the Facilities departments, while employee wellness initiatives are typically administered by the HR/Benefits department. The American College of Occupational Health & Environmental Medicine (ACOEM) reported similar findings in their 2011 Guidance Statement and indicated “this lack of integration prevents optimal resource utilization and impedes efforts to maximize the overall health and productivity of the workforce.”

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Aptar Releases Corporate Sustainability Report

AptarGroup, has released a 2018 Corporate Sustainability Report,  detailing the Crystal Lake, IL company’s sustainability efforts.

In 2018, the company publicly committed to Science-Based Targets and published five sustainability aspirations: People, Circular Economy, Solutions, Operations, and Suppliers & Partners. In addition to these aspirations, Aptar partnered with its internal Innovation Excellence function to create a dedicated Product Sustainability Team. This team is focused on increased usage of post-consumer recycled resin (PCR), additional opportunities for more sustainable resins and the recyclability of our products.

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Debate Over Incentives Takes Stage in New Jersey

New Jersey lawmakers are taking up the issue of corporate tax incentives.Read more


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Yeah, But Does Your Building Have This?

Providing access to swimming could be a key part of a company’s wellness plan. But even if your company provides access to a pool, chances are slim that it’s anything like this 360° infinity rooftop pool being planned for a new hotel and office skyscraper in London.Read more


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No Fries With That

Last year, the McDonald’s Corporation heeded the call of the millennial workforce and moved its headquarters from suburban Oak Brook, Illinois to the Fulton Market District in downtown Chicago.Read more


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Burnout Is A Real Thing

Workplace burnout just got an upgrade; it is now listed as a syndrome in the International Classification of Diseases.Read more


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University Relations Begins with You!

Through the Academic Challenge, Campus Ambassador Program, Intern Connect, and a library of free resources aligned with The Essential Guide to Corporate Real Estate, CoreNet Global is building bridges between the world of corporate real estate and the next generation of talent.

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Chicago May Call An Uber

Uber may be the next technology behemoth to upend the real estate markets of a major American city.Read more


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Whirlpool Releases Sustainability Report

The Whirlpool Corporation has released it 2018 Sustainability Report.Read more


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CoreNet Global Chair David Kamen Featured on GlobeSt.com

Will the term corporate real estate eventually be eclipsed by the concept of managing the overall employee experience?

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HEAR FROM THE NEXT GENERATION OF TALENT

CoreNet Global Academic Challenge 5.0: Recession-Proofing a Corporate Real Estate Portfolio

Whether or not a recession is imminent, you know that one will occur eventually. When it does, how will you respond? What can you do today to position your company to remain effective during the recession and be even more competitive afterward?

This is the focus of the CoreNet Global Academic Challenge 5.0, sponsored by Cushman & Wakefield, KI, and IA: Interior Architects. We have challenged students around the world to learn about corporate real estate by tackling this very problem.Read more


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