“Work Design for Health” framework and toolkit developed by researchers at Harvard Chan School and MIT Sloan School of Management offers employers effective alternative to employee wellness programs
For immediate release: Thursday, September 9, 2021 Boston, MA – The “Work Design for Health” framework—developed by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and MIT Sloan School of Management researchers—maps how to create work environments that foster…
For immediate release: Thursday, September 9, 2021 Boston, MA – The air quality within an office can have significant impacts on employees’ cognitive function, including response times and ability to focus, and it may also affect their productivity,…
Alice Hamilton, a leading authority on workplace health and Harvard University’s first female faculty member, was the subject of a recent WBEZ Chicago article.
Harvard Chan School's David Christiani says that U.S. workers need better protection from aerosol transmission of COVID-19. He is among a group of experts calling for more stringent federal workplace standards.
At the Cutter lecture, Elisabete Weiderpass, director of the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer, discussed the agency's evaluations of data on potentially cancer-causing agents.
When coronavirus pandemic lockdowns forced widespread business disruptions, workers lost some of their sense of belonging and connection, according to Harvard Chan School's Eileen McNeely.
An article co-authored by Harvard Chan School researchers assessed federal missteps in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic that have led the U.S. to experience some of the most severe outcomes in the world.
Sexual harassment appears to be a significant and underreported problem among both female and male flight attendants, according to a new study from Harvard Chan School.
Experts from the worlds of business and public health are discussing ways for businesses to operate safely amid the coronavirus pandemic.
For immediate release: May 19, 2020 Boston, MA – Workplace transmission of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 likely played a substantial role in the local spread of the disease during the early stages of the outbreak in six Asian countries,…