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Hybrid Work is Here to Stay: How to Adapt Your Office Ergonomics Program to Support Flexible Workers in 2022 and Beyond


8/25/22 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm CDT

Event Description

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, many organizations are realizing the potential benefits of adopting a hybrid work model. Hybrid office workers might use multiple, remote and/or shared workstations, introducing a new set of challenges for ergonomics program managers to overcome.

For organizations with systems that were developed to suit “traditional” working conditions, leaders are seeking out solutions to effectively deal with the ergonomic risk factors affecting their hybrid office workers.

Join Cority’s Kim Moull, CCPE, as she explores how companies can adapt their ergonomics programs to support hybrid office workers, and the value that flexible, scalable and data-driven solutions can bring to everyone in the organization.

During this webinar, we’ll discuss:

  • How ergonomics programs that originally catered to pre-pandemic working conditions have been affected by the introduction of hybrid office work.
  • Methods for adjusting the approach to ergonomic risk management to better meet the health and wellness needs of a flexible workforce.
  • How technology and software can support a proactive ergonomics program in the face of hybrid work by increasing employee engagement, streamlining reporting and enabling the effective allocation of valuable resources.


Kim MoullKim Moull, MSc, CCPE, Product Marketing Manager, Cority

Kim Moull is a product marketing manager supporting Cority’s ergonomics solutions. With more than seven years of ergonomics-related consulting and research experience, she has helped optimize and manage ergonomics programs for top organizations in a variety of sectors, including automotive, manufacturing, health care and public services. Kim is a Canadian Certified Professional Ergonomist.


Barry BottinoBarry Bottino, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine

Barry covers worker safety for Safety+Health and serves as co-host of the magazine’s “On the Safe Side” podcast.