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Winter Safety Tips

Even as winter is drawing to a close, it is important to stay vigilant about the risks associated with the season. Depending on the region, some cities may see snow as late as April and sleet and ice are even more common. Even in areas where snow is a rarity, it is never too late [...]

February 7th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Stress in the Workplace

Stress is an interesting phenomenon because, while everyone feels it some of the time, its impact and effect can vary drastically from person to person. It is widely agreed that some amount of stress can actually be beneficial in driving productivity and encouraging innovation, but it is important to be able to identify your personal [...]

Holiday Traditions

December is unique in its convergence of many cultural holidays and distinct traditions. It’s fascinating to learn how some of these have become ingrained in the fabric of our holidays. When you’re a child, it seems like the food and atmosphere of your family’s holiday is universal. It’s only as you get older that you [...]

December 18th, 2017|Johns Eastern News|

Holiday Driving Safety

Every year around the holidays, millions of Americans make plans to visit friends and family. Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years represent three of the busiest long-distance travel periods of the year. Since over 90% of this travel is done by personal vehicle, traffic patterns are often significantly affected. Congestion combined with the potential for reduced road safety [...]

November 14th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Productivity in a Digital World

In a world where nearly all information is at your fingertips and all it takes is a button-press to converse with someone across the world, it’s easy to become distracted from your priorities. And while the accessibility and interconnectedness of the internet can be a blessing for communication and sharing ideas, it also can be [...]

October 27th, 2017|Company Workplace Tips, Johns Eastern News|

Hurricane Recovery Tips

The process of recovering after a hurricane can be a long and arduous one, oftentimes taking months or years after the media coverage has stopped. In the immediate aftermath of a natural disaster, it is important to allow emergency recovery teams and first responders to do their jobs in caring for the survivors and performing [...]

The Benefits of Telephonic Case Management

Over the past several years, healthcare costs have risen and, in particular, increased by 4.0% over the course of 2016, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This increase has also affected the cost of workers’ compensation claims. In order to combat these rising expenses, Johns Eastern constantly searches for innovative ways to provide the [...]

Hurricane Preparation

With the recent destruction in Texas from Hurricane Harvey and with Hurricane Irma bearing down on Florida, it is important to know how to prepare for these storms and what to do during and after. Here are some of the ways you can be ready if a hurricane heads your way. Make a Plan Even [...]

Playground Safety

Every year, emergency departments treat more than 200,000 children aged 14 and under for playground-related injuries, and about 61% of these injuries occur on public playgrounds. As the school year begins and the frequency of playground use increases, playground safety becomes especially important. Preparation and Awareness Safety preparation begins with maintenance. Make sure that playground [...]

August 21st, 2017|Safety Tips From Johns Eastern|

The Benefits of Return to Work Programs

According to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, over four million non-fatal workplace injuries and illnesses occur annually. These incidents cost businesses $60 billion dollars in lost productivity and have left hundreds of thousands of workers relying on State and Federal indemnity or disability benefits. Finding an alternative solution to help these employees is important [...]