CORRELATION BETWEEN ERGONOMICS AND ECONOMICS

Ergonomics offers a wonderful common ground for labor and management collaboration, for invariably both can benefit managers,
in terms of reduced costs and improved productivity, employees in terms of improved safety, health, comfort, usability of tools and equipment,
including software, and improved quality of work life. Of course, both groups benefit from the increased competitiveness and related increased
likelihood of long–term organizational survival that ultimately is afforded. Clearly, to enable our profession to approach its tremendous potential
for humankind, the professional human factors/ ergonomics community, must better document the costs and benefits of their efforts and
proactively share these data with their colleagues, business decision makers, and government policymakers. It is an integral part of managing
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