Ergonomics

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Ergonomics is a process which you put your body in the right posture. Which can work sitting or standing and how well your body can handle the stresses.

the stresses can be things like carrying heavyweight and standing with a bent back or sittings in a really bad awkward position. Gravity can increase your risk of back problem cause of bad postures.

A bad posture that is not optimal, Your muscles have to work harder to keep upright and balanced. which cause the some of your muscles become really tight, inflexible, and inhabited other muscles lead to some problem. blow their some list of poor posture can cause.

Symptoms of poor posture:
  • Rounded shoulders.
  • Potbelly.
  • Bent knees when standing or walking.
  • Head that either leans forward or backward.
  • Back pain and back problem.
  • Body aches and pains.
  • Muscle fatigue.
  • A headache.
  • bad emotional and pain state
  • and etc….

poor posture can cause a lot of muscles to have extra wear and tear on your joint and ligaments and increase the risk of accidents and make your body less efficient like your organs like lungs, kidney, and etc…

Good posture:

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Your back has a spine which keeps the body in a straight line in the front. The side, the spine should have three curves. which is one at your neck, at one at your shoulders, and one at the small of your back. this spine helps us stay upright and absorb some of the stress from activities like walking and jumping.you should be able to draw a straight line when you are standing up.

if you are sitting on a chair your neck should be vertical, not tilted forward. Your shoulders are relaxed and arms close to your truck and knees should be at a right angle with your feet flat on the floor. Make sure you adjust your screen so it’s at or slightly below the eye-level and make sure all your body have support like elbows and wrists using ergonomic aids.

also keeping your muscles and joints are moving is extremely important. Being stationary for long periods with good posture is can worse than regular bad posture if not moving your body.

Employee Rights and Responsibilities

Privacy Rights:

Employees have the right to privacy, meaning employee use the company equipment including computer and work phone and other devices that belong to the employer. they have the right to access information using tools also they can monitor calls made by worker and computer. BUT they can ask your own personal devices data that is your right.

Breaks

Employees have the right to have break time for eating and resting. it’s commonly for employees that work five or more hours and for about a half an hour. Also, If the state law does require breaks for employees, it may or may not have to be paid time. Rules regarding meal and rest breaks for minors may be even stricter depending on the state.

Safety

Employees have rights and responsibilities when it comes to safety. Workers have the right to a safe hazard-free atmosphere at work and employers must give workers access to information regarding safety in the workplace. Employees also have a responsibility to contribute to workplace safety and health, according to the federal Occupational Safety and Health

Respect for And from Others

The safety of employees also has rights and responsibilities concerning how they interact with co-workers and managers. Each employee has the right to work in an atmosphere where he doesn’t experience discrimination or harassment. In turn, the employee has the responsibility to respect his co-workers.

Right to Fair Treatment by Employer

the fair treatment gives each employee protection from retaliation if the worker reports the company for violations. Workers also have the right to receive payment for the work completed and hours spent on duty at the company.

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Copyright fair use 

the four factors judges consider are:

  • the purpose and character of your use
  • the nature of the copyrighted work
  • the amount and substantiality of the portion taken
  • the effect of the use upon the potential market.

The Purpose and Character of Your Use:

the supreme court created the first factor. the issue is whether the material has been to help create something new or simpler copy closely another work. Ask your self the question.

  1. is this original work? can I transform the original material by add new expression or meaning?
  2. by adding the new element did it change original work to your own work?

In Parody, you can transform the original by comedy style.

The Nature of the Copyrighted Work:

Because the circulation of facts or information benefits the public, you have more leeway to copy from factual works such as biographies than you do from fictional works such as plays or novels.

The Amount and Substantiality of the Portion Taken:

The less you take, the more likely that your copying will be excused as fair use. However, even if you take a small portion of a work, your copying will not be fair use if the portion taken is the “heart” of the work. In other words, you are more likely to run into problems if you take the most memorable aspect of a work.

The Effect of the Use Upon the Potential Market:

Another important fair use factor is whether your use deprives the copyright owner of income or undermines a new or potential market for the copyrighted work. Depriving a copyright owner of income is very likely to trigger a lawsuit. This is true even if you are not competing directly with the original work.

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Traditional resume vs online portfolio

Here 5 reasons you should replace your resume with an online portfolio.

  1. Professional Way To Showcase Your Work.

  2. It’s A Great First Impression For Employers.

  3. Increases Your Visibility And Online Presence.

  4. Shows You’re More Than Just A Paper Resume.

  5. Flexibility Than Resume.

    Side note: use SWOT Analysis

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Which Graphics File Format Is Best To Use When?

JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group, and its extension is widely written as .jpg. The most used image file format is used to store photos all over the world.also the files format has different qualities level like low, medium, and high. Jpeg is a most common use for photos and can be used for on social media, share email, and publish on website and so much more.

Since JPEG takes less space on your memory cards, you can store more images easily with this file format. Though the quality can easily be compromised in editing a JPEG image.

When to Use JPEG Image Format:

  • For images with a lot of different colors, like photographs
  • To reduce the file size of highly detailed images