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4th Asia-Pacific Global Summit & Expo on Healthcare

Brisbane, Australia

Murali Raman

Murali Raman

Multimedia University, Malaysia

Title: Ergonomic Quality’s role in Employee Wellbeing
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Biography: Murali Raman


Fatigued and frustrated employee is a result of poor ergonomic quality. Pretty much summarizes the way of life of an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) employee. Current method of working especially in the ICT environment has demanded great deal of time using various sophisticated technological gadgets. Korunka & Hoonaker, (2014) claimed that long hours dedicated to work and prolonged usage of sophisticated technological gadgets has lead to various issues pertaining to the work-life balance and well-being of employees in the ICT sector. The persistent and permanent use of Information Systems (IS) and the lack of ergonomic quality for the gadgets used might have a negative impact on employee wellbeing. Given the serious importance of wellbeing amongst ICT employees there may be a possible lead to high level of strain and inequity between employment and life obligations. In this circumstance, ease of use, ease of navigation, and the comfort ability of the user may play a clear responsibility in ensuring minimal stress and strain. Ergonomics has grown to be a fashion due to demand from the workforce who desire for further individual comfort when working. Ergonomically premeditated, user friendly system and equipments with a comfortable working environment may be a possible way in balancing an employee’s work and life as it might preserve a healthy workforce, in turn achieving superior employee productivity and minimize turnover (Wells, 2010).