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November 2019 Archives

WHO makes employee burnout a diagnosable condition

The World Health Organization has called employee burnout a diagnosable condition. New Jersey residents should know that the WHO defines burnout as a feeling of exhaustion coupled with an increasing mental distance from, and negative thoughts about, one's job. It results from ill-managed stress in the workplace and can lead to the inability to discharge one's duties in a professional way.

Tips for driving safely this winter

There are many ways that New Jersey drivers and others can stay safe during the winter season. For example, they should increase their following distance to ensure that they have time to recover if they lose control of their vehicles. It is also a good idea to drive at a slower speed to minimize the chances of losing control of a vehicle on snowy or icy roads.

3 categories of semitruck crash causes

Semitruck crashes are serious events that can claim or dramatically change lives. It is easy to see how one of these large and heavy vehicles slamming into a smaller passenger vehicle would lead to catastrophic injuries. For these victims, finding out what happened often becomes a priority. Not only can this help them to find closure after the crash, it is also necessary if they opt to seek compensation for the damages they have to deal with.

Most sleep-deprived workers in U.S. are in protective services

It's no secret that workers in New Jersey and around the country are getting less and less sleep at night. There are several factors in this, such as the rising use of technologies that keep people up late into the night and the greater incidence of harassment at the workplace. Work-related stress, coupled with job insecurity in some cases, is another reason.

Questions remain about new vehicle safety technologies

Based on a study released by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the performance of automatic braking systems varies widely from vehicle to vehicle. The braking system may also be significantly less reliable at night. Drivers in New Jersey have likely already encountered vehicles equipped with this safety technology on the road as they are becoming increasingly prevalent, but there are still questions about their effectiveness.

Heavy patients put nurses at risk

Healthcare workers in hospitals and nursing homes face a fair amount of risks on the job. These include things like slip-and-fall accidents, combative patients and more. There are safety steps they can take to prevent injury. One thing they cannot avoid, though, is the sheer weight of their patients.

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