Thu Mar 7
When we feel better, we work better: human factors in workplace design is a hot topic. It’s top of mind in the A+D community and with businesses of all sizes.
Attraction + Retention, anyone? The National Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) recognizes Herman Miller’s Ergonomic Series of CEUs as an integral part of their continuing education program.
In this CEU we’ll discuss taking the whole human into consideration – an office that encourages movements large and small throughout the day, which allows social interaction, and considers: personal space, physical and psychological proximity, and territoriality. This is the first in a series of four human factors CEUs offered by Herman Miller.
Rebecca Greier Horton, PG, CHMM, REM
Human Factors + Ergonomics Advisor - Sustainability Advocate
As a life-long Environmental, Health, Safety & Sustainability Manager with Fortune 50 Companies (AT&T, UTC, Bombardier Aerospace), Rebecca has managed Sustainability and Wellbeing within: manufacturing, telecommunications, aerospace, and transportation.
With her interesting combination of world-class business ops knowledge and her passion for wellbeing she instinctively provides insightful and cost-effective workplace consultation, support, & solutions.
Rebecca is a Master Pilates Instructor trained at Ballet Memphis and teaches Pilates Reformer.
She’s a Native Texan and recently moved back to Texas from Miami. FL. She resides in Denton County with her husband, two teenaged daughters, and her dog Zuki.
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