Virtual Think Tank

Examining the Impact of Employee Mental Health and Wellness on Ergonomic Injury

Wednesday, March 15, 2023
Examining the Impact of Employee Mental Health and Wellness on Ergonomic Injury

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Examining the Impact of Employee Mental Health and Wellness on Ergonomic Injury.

Nearly 50 million American adults report having a mental illness. Ergonomic injury has been and remains a significant risk for most businesses. The shift to remote working arrangements did not eliminate this risk. In fact, it made the management of ergonomic injuries more complex. Although the pandemic resulted in many employees moving away from traditional offices, employee health, and safety remained a top priority. Many companies have continued to invest in total worker wellness initiatives and they saw the corresponding reduction in ergonomic injuries. In this complimentary webinar, we will delve into the effects of mental health and wellness on ergonomic injury and how interventions to support mental health and wellness can positively impact efforts to mitigate ergonomic injury.

Please join us at our exclusive digital roundtable to discuss the connections between mental health, overall wellness, and workplace injuries, and how different interventions can support mental health and wellness through Total Worker Health.

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This event will take place:

Wednesday, March 15, 2023

2:00PM – 3:00PM (ET)

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Hosted By:

President and CEO
DORN Companies
CEO and Partner
MINES & Associates, An International Business Psychology Firm

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Hosted By:

Kevin Lombardo
Kevin Lombardo
President and CEO
DORN Companies

For 21 years as the nation’s leading wellness-based pain management and injury prevention company, DORN has been keeping people out of the healthcare and workers compensation systems through its onsite therapy, education, ergonomic and technology solutions. DORN’S focus is the elimination of pain and discomfort caused by musculoskeletal, soft tissue issues. Working with Intel, Alcon, Sealy Mattress, the University of California and many other businesses and municipalities, DORN has reached over 100,000 employees and saved employers more than $100 million in workers comp and health care costs with a 600% annual ROI as validated by third parties. Be it ergonomic assessments, PainFree treatments or coaching and training, the DORN solutions will reduce costs, increase productivity and improve the overall culture of the organization

Kevin leads the strategy development and expansion plans for the company and oversees DORN’s focus on developing innovative solutions for pain mitigation, with an emphasis on reducing organizations’ future costs with evidence based, result-oriented programs.

Kevin is a widely recognized thought leader with substantial experience in strategic planning, negotiating, structuring and conducting effective due diligence examinations for operational excellence in support of organizational scale, development of strategic partnerships, and client expansion. Having worked as CEO and a Senior Executive for many large organizations along with his significant experience in the healthcare space, Kevin’s unique perspective illuminates the critical intersections between talent, assets, and ideas — the dynamic formula that drives business performance.

Dani Kimlinger
Dani Kimlinger
CEO and Partner
MINES & Associates, An International Business Psychology Firm

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