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Reducing Sick Leaves: The Importance of Human-Technology Integration with Exoskeletons

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Recently, we came across an article in the esteemed Deia newspaper highlighting an issue that continues to concern many in the labor sphere: sick leaves. According to data provided by the employers' association of accident mutuals (AMAT), in Euskadi, the average duration of sick leaves rose to 43 days in 2023, a 6.7% increase from the previous year. These figures not only pose a challenge to companies' productivity but also significantly impact the health and well-being of workers, as well as the future of their careers.

The report reveals that the economic cost of sick leaves in Euskadi reached €502 million in benefits and €404 million directly for companies. Moreover, the 6.4% increase in initiated processes compared to the previous year reflects a worrying trend that we cannot overlook. How can we effectively address this issue that affects so many aspects of our society?

At Cyber Human Systems (CHS), we firmly believe that integrating advanced technology with human labor is key to tackling this challenge effectively. Our products represent some of the best solutions available in the current market to address this problem. Why should you consider integrating these tools into your daily work environment?

First and foremost, our solutions are designed with the health and well-being of workers in mind. From ergonomic exoskeletons to real-time health monitoring systems, we offer a range of products that can help prevent workplace injuries and reduce the risk of accidents. By incorporating innovative technology into the workplace, we are not only protecting employees' health but also ensuring a safer and more productive work environment.

Furthermore, implementing technology in the workplace can have long-term benefits for both employees and companies. Reducing downtime due to work-related injuries or illnesses not only increases productivity but also improves employee satisfaction and morale. Additionally, by minimizing the costs associated with sick leaves, companies can reinvest those resources in initiatives that drive growth and innovation.

AMAT's proposal to allow mutuals to provide comprehensive healthcare and issue medical discharges in cases of temporary incapacity is a step in the right direction. However, we believe that the real solution lies in combining technological interventions with human-centered approaches. By doing so, we can not only reduce waiting lists in public healthcare and save unnecessary costs but also improve the quality of life for workers and ensure a more prosperous and sustainable work future for all.

In summary, saying yes to human-technology integration is saying yes to a future where workers can age in good health and finish their workday without pain or worries. At CHS, as a spin-off of the industry leader GOGOA, we are committed to continuing to develop innovative solutions that promote a safe, healthy, and productive work environment for all. It's time to embrace the transformative potential of technology and work together to build a future where workers' well-being is a fundamental priority.


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