Arm Injuries Affecting Work

The productivity and quality of your business depends on employees being able to perform their duties efficiently. Unfortunately, an arm injury might prevent a worker from being able to tackle his or her job responsibilities as a result of pain, discomfort, or sheer inability. Many hard workers suffer arm injuries of varying degrees, and this can affect the productivity of your place of business. But the employment evaluation specialists at WorkSTEPS can help you perform pre- or post-employment evaluations to determine whether a worker’s arm injury is negatively affecting his or her work abilities.

Common Arm Injuries

Arm and hand injuries can range in nature and can cause a number of different painful or uncomfortable conditions. Some of the more common arm injuries that employees in the workplace might suffer include the following:

  • Nerve damage
  • Bursitis
  • Tendonitis
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Muscle strain / tears
  • Shoulder damage

All of these arm and hand injuries can affect the ways in which a worker might be able to handle his or her job responsibilities. As such, a performance evaluation from a member of our team at WorkSTEPS might be able to help you discover underlying problems and make appropriate decisions to better ensure your business’s productivity levels remain at desired levels.

Contact an Employment Evaluation Specialist Today

If you or someone you know is interested in learning more about employment evaluations, the representatives of WorkSTEPS can help answer your questions. Contact our offices today by calling to set up an initial consultation, and talk with one of our representatives about your pre- or post-employment evaluation needs.