Wearable technology is a relatively new term to throw around in the ergonomic and work safety space. However, it's already making waves and beginning to completely shift the landscape of manual jobs across the world.
At Fit For Work, we believe that human-centric approaches should still be at the core of your workplace. While wearable technology is helpful in some areas, and can provide benefits, there are many areas where it doesn't deliver as promised and can even detract from workplace safety and efficiency. Some employers have made the mistake of changing their focus from humans to technology, and it's both their business and their employees who end up paying the price.
Download the infographic now to see ways that wearable technology may fail to deliver.