Monthly Archives: November 2009
The Problem of Migraines and Shift Work
One major factor in the development of migraines is lack of sleep. Migraine headaches are associated with more than double the likelihood of the most common kind of stroke â€“ those occurring when blood supply to the brain is suddenly cut off by the buildup of plaque or a blood clot.
Happy Thanksgiving from Working Nights – an Idea for Getting Through Dinner!
Thanksgiving dinner can be stressful and sometimes no one has fun. Play charades to keep everyone happy, focused, and having fun. It’s good for all ages! Continue reading
Differences Between Men and Women at Work – We Need Both Sexes!
More and more women are working while this recession has been particularly tough on men. Businesses need to keep focused on the benefits of workers’ difference. Continue reading
Shift Work and Divorce – Does the Work Schedule Really Make a Difference?
Studies have found that people working shift work tend to experience greater marital instability. This post gives some ideas about why and what to do about it. Continue reading
The Connection Between Safety and Teamwork – It’s all about Communication and Taking Workers’ Individual Differences into Account!
The importance of teamwork in the workplace and the resulting impact on safety, job satisfaction, and employee health is discussed. Continue reading