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The sedentary office: an expert statement on the growing case for change towards better health and productivity
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    This article speaks to the growing need to ensure all work groups including managers take the time to move around more frequently. It is also interesting to note that while this is based on short term studies it will have large long term gains. I will be very interested to see where this research goes in the future. I personally will be looking at ways to partake of this valuable insight in to the need to move away from...

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    Inertia makes you hate work-cause or effect?
    • Joseph Y Ting, Adjunct associate professor, School of Public Health and Social Work

    The most important ingredient for workplace satisfaction is meaningful engagement, which would liven our move and energy. Boredom and scarcity of challenge leads to inertia-mental and physical.

    Engagement enlivens flagging concentration,finds value and purpose in our desired vocation and offers sustained opportunities to sharpen focus on demanding tasks, which in turn boosts productivity and company profits....

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