HR Admin Benefits Clifton, NJ

Overall Job Function: Provides analytical and administrative support for benefits programs including ESOP, 401k, Commuter Benefits, Auto/Home, Anniversary, etc.  Completes monthly invoice processing, benefits reporting and system testing as needed.



  • Strong proficiency in Excel and Databases
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • Ability to work with internal customers on a day to day basis and understand and meet their needs
  • Ability to explain complex information in a clear and concise manner.
  • Ability to work with internal customers on a day to day basis and understand and meet their needs
  • Ability to have a quick response time to each email and phone call received
  • Ability to be professional and calm during peak times or when dealing with difficult staff.
  • Ability to objectively listen and discern the facts.
  • Ability to work in a team or independently on assigned projects

Job Responsibility including but not limited to:

  • Completes Basware entry of all invoices and invoice reconciliation for Hyatt Legal, BRI Commuter, Life Insurance and AD and D, STD, LTD, Exec LTD, Met Life, CIGNA EAP, OC Tanner
  • Assists Benefits Manager with HRB/PRO audit
  • Completes all 401k uploads, reconciliation, loan payments, withdrawals, eligibility, address reports and reporting as needed with Benefits Manager
  • Responsible for annual 401k/ESOP audit and any annual reporting for these plans
  • Supports Benefits Manager with ESOP administration
  • Completes MetLife and BRI uploads
  • Supports Senior Benefits Supervisor with Union missed deductions
  • Completes Eligibility reports for Met Life and Hyatt Legal and eligibility and term report for BRI
  • Assists with all reporting for compliance and benefits  initiatives
  • Completes administration of tuition reimbursement plans
  • Oversees the monthly overview and operation of the Employee Anniversary Gift Program.
  • Responsible for reporting for Healthcare reform hours and entering hours into payroll for leave time
  • Completes forms needed for HC reform state plans
  • Provide testing within benefits system
  • Completes audits or information gathering
  • Assists with other system and benefit projects as needed


Financial Accountability: None

Minimum Candidate Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree desired, Associate’s degree or equivalent years of experience required.
  • At least 2-3 years experience in an administrative role
  • Previous experience handling Benefits programs in a corporate setting preferred

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Administrative Assistant Clifton New Jersey

Administrative Assistant (contract position)

  • Support Business Development Professionals
  • Calendar maintenance, appointment setting, and training coordination for the Organization.
  • Extensive Scheduling International Travel experience
  • Processing training evaluation forms for data analysis.
  • Creating and tracking files in electronic documenting system for department.
  • Creating and updating spreadsheets for file management.
  • Preparing, editing, and proofreading contracts.
  • Ordering Supplies
  • Booking Meetings and Meeting Sites
  • Maintaining confidential files, correspondence, contracts and electronic data.
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HR Generalist Bulter New Jersey

HR Generalist

Summary: While functioning as a generalist, main responsibilities are in the recruitment arena and administering policies relating to all phases of human resources by performing the following duties.

Job Duties:
• Manages the recruitment function by sourcing recruiting and interviewing applicants and employees to fill vacant positions. Provides feedback to managers regarding above.
• Handles all New Hire paperwork requirements.
• Maintains knowledge of legal requirements and government reporting regulations affecting human resources functions and ensures policies, procedures and reporting are in compliance.
• Responsible for Affirmative Action Plan and auditing of Affirmative Action Plan.
• Responsible for meeting Key Performance Standards set by the Company.
• Generates and maintains records of personnel data such as hires, promotions, transfers, performance reviews, and terminations, and employee statistics.
• Performs reference and background checks.
• Responsible for the Job Description process which includes maintaining and revising as needed.
• Shared responsibility with other members of the team for all training programs related to HR.
• Responsible for the Applicant Tracking System.
• Responsible for organizational charts and monthly reporting.
• Prepares employee separation, transfer and promotion notices and related documentation.
• Responds to inquires regarding policies, procedures and programs by interpreting company guidelines
• Assists with immigration issues.
• Assists in projects as needed.

• To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Database software; Human Resource systems; Internet software; Payroll systems; Spreadsheet software and Word Processing software.

Education & Requirements:
• Bachelor’s degree from four-year college or university required; and 3 to 5 years
related experience;
• PHR or SPHR preferred
• Valid drivers license required
• Up to 10% travel

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Linux Sys Admin (4 Days On 4 Days Off) Amazing Benefits

Unique Four Day Work Week


  • Excellent diagnostic abilities and problem solving skills
  • A self starter – you take initiative and you follow through
  • A solid understanding of server hardware, LAN networking and Linux services
  • Virtualization experience is a must – we do a lot of cool cloud stuff
  • The ability to communicate clearly and effectively with clients via phone and e-mail
  • The ability to help people to solve complex technical problems while being courteous, professional, and determined
  • The understanding that a client’s perception of the quality of service we provide IS the quality of service we provide
  • The ability to work well with a team
  • The inherent desire to fix things permanently

Desired Experience includes the following:

  • Experience with RHEL 5/6 including its installation, configuration and maintenance.
  • Familiarity with web services (Apache, Nginx, Tomcat), relational databases (MySQL, PostgresSQL, Oracle), e-mail servers (Qmail, Postfix), backups, system analysis and performance tuning.
  • Shell scripting ability at a minimum, traditional programming language experience is a plus.
  • A solid understanding of networking communication protocols, and familiarity with DNS, load balancers, VPNs, and firewalls.
  • Experience with high availability environments such as database architectures using methods such as mirroring, replication or clusters (DRBD, RHCS).
  • Knowledge of NAS and SAN technology; EMC experience a plus.
  • VMware vSphere and Xen knowledge is helpful.
  • Red Hat, LPIC, or VMware certifications.

Client service  interaction is generally handled via telephone, occasional video conferencing, and through our ticketing system. Most of our clients are experienced developers who run sophisticated environments.  The job does not involve helping people open Word documents or locate the Start button.

This is not an entry level position; you’ll need to demonstrate skills that that allow you to troubleshoot advanced system problems quickly and efficiently. The Linux Systems Administrator is primarily responsible for run-time maintenance, helping our clients through times of difficulty with their networked, cloud-based environments.  Opportunities also exist to work on projects – both internal and client facing – such as migrations, product and environment design.


Outstanding benefits package including medical, dental, and vision coverage, 401(k) plan with a generous company match, department and individual training budgets, bottomless coffee, cappuccino, and snacks, company provided lunch EVERY Wednesday, and bagels EVERY Friday! We are an equal opportunity employer, and we embrace cultural diversity.

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President,  Berman Larson Kane
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Many job seekers are tempted to slow down their search for a new position (or pause it altogether) during the winter holiday season. But according to an article published by, career experts say that taking a break from your holiday job search is a mistake — because hiring doesn’t stop.

At the end of the year, some companies rush to fill job openings that might otherwise be removed from next year’s budget, the article pointed out. Still other organizations will be looking ahead. “Jobs that might have been on hold until budgets are in place will become available in January,” said career expert Kimberly Bishop.

Roy Cohen, an executive coach agreed. “There’s a belief that recruiting shuts down during the holidays,” he said. “That’s a myth — so when other people take off from their job-searching during the holidays, you’re at an advantage should an opportunity surface. It’s all about numbers and odds.”

In fact, the holidays provide some distinct advantages and special opportunities for proactive job seekers. Here according to the article are some ways to make the most of your holiday-seasonal job search:

  • Be Flexible — Judi Perkins of recalled: “When I was a recruiter, the holidays were one of my busiest times, and I was often on the phone either side of Christmas day.” This means that you should be prepared to interview at unusual times, to allow for a recruiter’s or hiring manager’s busy holiday schedule.
  •  Do Volunteer Work — All sorts of philanthropic organizations ramp up activities during the holidays – and volunteering can be a great way to network, gain skills and fill the gap that unemployment might otherwise leave on your resume. “You’ll meet other volunteers — great people who, by nature, will want to help,” Cohen added. “You’ll feel good, too.”
  • Look into Temporary Positions — Many companies have end-of-year crunches — at the same time that many workers want to take time off — so they look to staffing agencies to fill gaps. A temporary position can be a great way to get your foot in the door at a new company.
  •  Use Holiday Social Events to Network –You don’t want to make every conversation about your job search — but letting people know how they can help you is crucial. “Have your pitch — who you are, what you want and why — ready and perfect,” Cohen advised. And try to keep things positive. When you tell people you’re looking for work, also tell them how you’ve been productive with your time off.
  • Reach Out to Your Contacts — The holidays are a great reason to reach out to friends and acquaintances as well as to reconnect with people. “Send out a holiday greeting, but add a little extra in your message,” Cohen suggested. “Email or snail mail the card to everyone in your job search universe. It should be upbeat — that you continue and are committed to search for a great job and know that it is only a matter of time and timing.” Be sure to express your gratitude to those you reach out to and if you don’t know which holidays a contact celebrates, “Happy New Year” is a safe sentiment.
  • Help People in Your Network — Remember that the holidays are a time for giving, so find ways to help the people in your network. They’ll be likelier to help you in the future.
  • Recommit to Your Job Search — Lastly, start the year off right: Make an appointment with yourself to determine your goals for the coming year. Then schedule some time to update your resume, practice your interview skills and polish up on your personal brand.


Regional Support Manager

Title Regional Support Manager
City Western Region
Description Regional Support Manager

Summary: Directs FSG field activities in an assigned region by coordinating and managing FSEs; to drive business objectives and customer satisfaction by performing the following duties:

Job Duties:
• Staffs, trains, monitors and mentors team of FSEs.
• Manages the Field Support Group to provide support services to internal and external customers.
• Manages day-to-day activities of the FSE group to include: prioritizing, scheduling, special projects, etc.
• Responds to and resolves customer inquiries regardless of the complexity.
• Completes, maintains, and processes pertinent paperwork and records.
• Ensures staff compliance with company programs and initiatives.
• Interacts with ASG to ensure technical and process competencies with the FSEs.
• Advises upper management on product issues arising from product problems identified through
• Plans levels of support according to product release schedules.
• Forecast and manages budget to ensure adherence to guidelines.
• Monitor regional quality and metric goals.
• Drive escalation process within assigned region to ensure timely issue resolution while maintaining high customer satisfaction.
• Ensures staff is trained to help customers use products properly.
• Other projects and tasks as assigned by the Director of FSG.
• Directly supervises employees in their area of responsibility. Carries out managerial/supervisory
responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws.
• Responsibilities include interviewing candidates; hiring, promotion and transfer of employees in conjunction with the appropriate level of management and Human Resources; training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; terminating employees in conjunction with department director and Human Resources; addressing complaints and resolving issues.

• To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of
• Database software; Internet software; Spreadsheet software and Word
• Processing software. Company usable software
• Ability to read, analyze, and interpret professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations.
• Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and policy manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.

Education & Requirements:
• B.S degree in Engineering or related field required; 5 to 7 years experience; and 3 or more years of management experience or the role of FSE III.
• Current driver’s license required. Passport may be required depending upon territory.
• Ability to travel domestically and internationally if needed. Up to 80% over-night travel.

Can be located anywhere within the West Region.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

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Automation Engineer

Automation Engineer

Essential Job Function:

  • The ability to develop (not modify), test, and commission Allen Bradley PLC (ControlLogix and/or PLC-5) control system applications using RSLogix.  Recent experience is a must.  Higher level skills that are required include analog data handling, data exchanges, batch sequencing (S88), recipe handling, etc.
  • The ability to develop (not modify), test, and commission SCADA (iFix and/or Wonderware) control system applications.  Recent experience is a must.  Higher level skills that are required include scripting, security configuration, recipe configuration, database interfacing, report configuration, etc.
  • Travel up to 25% to customer sites to perform commissioning, customer training, validation support, warrantee support, and service support for equipment and control systems.
  • The ability to specify, purchase, and troubleshoot control system hardware and instrumentation.  This would include field mounted and panel mounted instruments.
  • The ability to read, understand, and develop control system design documents.  This would include diagrams/drawings (P&ID, control system schematics, wiring drawings, pneumatic/hydraulic drawings, etc.) and written design specifications (Functional Specifications, User’s Manual, Sequence of Operations).
  • Must be aware of cGMP’s procedures and practices and the implication on control system development and modifications.
  • Must have good troubleshooting skills.
  • Prior experience in validation is desirable.
  • Must be willing and be capable to climb ladders and to enter restrictive spaces.
  • Must have an understanding of computer operation and configuration.

General Information:

  • Minimum of a four year degree in engineering, engineering technology, and 3 to more years of related experience.
  • Must posses a valid driver’s license.
  • Confined space entry training is required for potential entry into confined spaces within supplied equipment.


  • Development and customization of PLC application code using Rockwell RSLogix software using Rockwell SLC-500, ControlLogix, and PLC-5 series PLCs.
  • Development and customization of SCADA application code using using WonderWare, Intellution, and/or Rockwell SCADA software.
  • Development and configuration of PC based relational databases, SQL data transfer, and database reporting tools.
  • Review and approve control system design drawings.  This includes diagrams/drawings (P&ID, control system schematics, wiring drawings, pneumatic/hydraulic drawings, etc.).  Provide technical support to the CAD group when appropriate.
  • Develop control system design specifications.  This includes Functional Specifications, User’s Manual, Sequence of Operations, Detailed Design Specifications, etc.
  • Develop proficiency in the understanding and application of Process Automation departmental standards (software, hardware, documentation, etc.).  These standards are to be followed in development of the control systems.
  • Development and execution of software test protocols.
  • Development and customization of simulation code for use during software testing.
  • Specify and purchase control system hardware and instrumentation.
  • Work as an integral member of a project team.
  • Interface with the equipment manufacturing companies and internal departments to obtain a complete understanding of the  equipment and control system scope of supply, project schedule, customer specifications, and project budget.
  • Develop the control system in accordance with the project schedule and budget.
  • Effectively communicate project delays, scope changes, customer relationship issues, technical deficiencies, etc. to the project team and to  management.
  • Provide commissioning services, customer training, validation support, warrantee support, and service support for equipment and control systems.
  • Prepare documents of field visits in a timely and professional manner.  This will include commissioning reports, field service reports, daily labor logs, invoices, and expense reports.
  • Remain current with emerging industry standards and products.  Keep abreast of latest trends in software, instrumentation, and control system hardware.
  • Develop, maintain, and enhance positive interpersonal relationships with staff members of the Group worldwide.
  • Ensure  and RDG customers receive high quality automation solutions and support.
  • Provide support to  Sales Department.  This support will include pre-sales support and visits, supplying technical information, reviewing bid specifications, and/or preparing quotations and pricing information.
  • Inspect, test, and release  control panels that are manufactured by outside vendors.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by management.

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Writing Resumes that Stand Out

President,  Berman Larson Kane
President, Berman Larson Kane

Writing Resumes that Stand Out

The most important thing to know about resumes is that you want to have one that stands out from the crowd – a resume that is singled out by recruiters, makes a great impression with employers at job fairs, and makes you feel proud to present yourself  when responding to internet job listings.

It’s easier than you think to make your resume stand out. Employers rarely receive high quality resumes, even though an average mid-sized company accumulates thousands of these documents every week. According to recruiters, typical resumes have not been proofread for basic spelling and grammar mistakes-and they include too much data or too little pertinent information. That’s why most resumes are left unread, unacknowledged, and eventually discarded.

This leaves you with a great opportunity to gain a competitive edge in the job market by writing an error-free resume. So, market your competencies in a clear and creative manner, summarize your experiences, and turn any opportunity into a bona-fide offer.

According to an article on by Helene Lauer, an independent HR consultant, these three simple procedures will push your resume across the line from mediocrity into excellence:

Analyze your skills
First and foremost, distinguish yourself by examining what you have to offer. Do some soul searching and think about how your background relates to the skills, competencies, and qualifications that your target employers most want. Gather job-specific information by reading sample job descriptions and by interviewing others who already have these jobs. Now you are able to develop accomplishment statements that match the job you really want.

Look at each job and/or school experience you’ve had and prepare a list of your accomplishments-experiences that describe a situation that required special attention. These were the action steps that you took to solve a problem-and the result you achieved. Write out these accomplishments in detail; then rewrite them so they are concise enough for a resume, which should be limited to two pages or less. An example could the following: “Launched a product marketing program that resulted $3 million in company sales for a one-year period, contributing significantly to my employer’s revenues.”

Decide on a format
Now you must position your qualifications in an effective, appealing, and professional way. To do this, you need to first decide on the type of format you’re going to use — chronological or functional. Most employers prefer the chronological resume because it emphasizes career progression and dates of employment. The functional resume emphasizes accomplishments and eliminates the details behind the job history. This may seem like the best option for most jobseekers-until they find out that employers are likely to disregard functional resumes. Why? Because companies always need to know your employment history facts.

In reality, though, you don’t need to choose one format over the other. Instead, you can create your own resume format that integrates the best features of both styles. Experiment by organizing the pertinent and required information.

At the top, it’s a good idea to develop a summary or profile statement. You might incorporate some brief distinctive characteristics about yourself here, as well, or include them in a separate paragraph or section titled personal characteristics.

The rest of the resume could be structured in a typical chronological fashion, emphasizing real accomplishments at every past job. Or you could highlight the accomplishments that apply to the job you are targeting and include them at the beginning of the resume. Then balance the rest of your document with a chronological work history, including dates and job titles. In short, you should develop a personalized, comfortable format.

Also, don’t mention personal characteristics such as age, height and marital status. List your hobbies and interests only if you can relate them to the position you’re applying for, keep the phrase “references available upon request” off the resume, and avoid “objective” statements at the top-your objective should be clearly articulated in a well-written.

Create a Strong Visual Impression
Having settled on content and style, you should now pay attention to the visual impact of the resume.

Graphic designers and professional resume writers advise you to settle on one font style. When using boldface type, be consistent and conservative. If you are not, the reader’s eye will jump around, and the purpose of emphasizing one piece of information over others will be lost.

Many experts recommend using boldface type for job titles and leaving the names of employers in plain type. Use upper case, or capitalization, in a consistent manner, always capitalizing your name and job titles. Also, use normal margins allow for breathing room between different sections.  Beyond a few graphic recommendations like these, feel free to experiment.

You don’t have to be a creative genius to write a memorable resume. Tricks and gimmicks usually don’t work, because employers want to know who the candidates are. Understanding and expressing your marketability and presenting yourself in a professional and readable manner, will give you an extra edge.

Maintenance and Manufacturing Technician

Maintenance and Manufacturing Technician

Essential Job Function: Shift work. Maintain all Client facility and process equipment. Use industry accepted best practices for electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic and mechanical standards. 

General Information: Experience in maintenance, specifically troubleshooting, repair and calibration practices of equipment and instruments, specifically PLC’S, HVAC, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic devices, motors and frequency drives, NFPA, NEC, NEMA, cGMPs, boilers and air compressors. Also must possess and be willing to be”hands on”.  Stainless Steel welding experience preferred. Black Seal In-Charge Boiler License required or willing to attain.


This position is classified as a “safety sensitive” position and is subject to random drug testing.


  1.  Perform scheduled P.M.’s on equipment and record all necessary data as required and in accordance with Client SOP’s.
  2.  Perform necessary repairs to equipment and physical plant as required in a safe and workmanlike manner.
  3.  Establish and maintain a thorough understanding of the design, proper operation and maintenance of Client’s process and environmental HVAC’s systems.
  4.  Provide expertise in troubleshooting and repairing all Client’s process boilers – both High and Low Pressure.
  5.  Build crating and prep equipment for shipment.
  6.  Assist as needed in rebuild efforts for the Customer Returns Program.
  7.  Support Field Service personnel on occasion, as needed.
  8.  Assist in installation and retrofit of facilities equipment in accordance with applicable codes.
  9.  Keep Maintenance Manager informed on all developments on a routine basis.
  10.  Complete pre-sale checkouts of ancillary equipment as required by Sales Division.
  11.  Perform pre and post rental checkouts
  12.  Develop and encourage good interpersonal working relationships among Facilities staff and with other customer departments.
  13.  Complete required paperwork and documentation accurately and in a timely manner.
  14.  Follow Client SOP’s regarding cGMPs and procedures as required.
  15.  Maintain an organized and clean work space at all times.
  16.  Other tasks as assigned by the Department Manager and Lead Maintenance and Manufacturing Specialist.
  17.  Diagnose and repair problems on HVAC equipment. Write and execute Preventive Maintenance for HVAC equipment.
  18.  Order parts when needed.
  19.  Work additional hours to complete repairs to accommodate business needs.
  20.  Work schedule may vary to accommodate manufacturing/processing functions (weekends/shifts).
  21.  Travel to other facilities maintained by company for repairs and/or troubleshooting.
  22.  Follow all approved safety practices (i.e. confined space, etc.).
  23.  Repair any electro-mechanical function as needed.
  24.  Troubleshoot/repair any and all  equipment from small scale to large scale.

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Coping With Cubicles

President,  Berman Larson Kane
President, Berman Larson Kane

For many otherwise happy workers, the cubicle can be one of the most annoying aspects of the modern work life. Although cubicles give the illusion of privacy, anyone who has worked in one knows that those small walls are easily penetrated by neighbors’ incessant sounds and conversations. And not only is a lack of cube etiquette a problem, but spending most of your workday sitting in a cubicle can make you feel like your muscles have seeped into your ergonomic chair.

According to an MSN Careers article on cubicles by Susan Bryant, anyone who has resided in Cubeland knows how difficult it is to work while trying to block out coworkers’ conversations. For example, Mary Rasher, a photo editor and cube dweller for the past 10 years, said “there is always someone who doesn’t quite get that if he can hear me, I can hear him. I am forever overhearing domestic tiffs, weird bodily functions, etc. I’ve been reduced to wearing earplugs so I can concentrate. Even then, someone’s voice manages to cut through the foam.”

These complaints are common, said Hilka Klinkenberg, founder of Etiquette International, a firm specializing in business etiquette. Consequently, Klinkenberg feels that professional etiquette in a cube environment must be elevated to a higher standard than in a traditional office because of workers’ close proximity. To help make your office more cube-friendly, she offered the following guidelines:

  • Give your cube mates a sense of control over their space
    When visiting someone’s cube, knock on the walls (even if this is only symbolic on a foam wall) before saying hello. Ask permission to enter someone’s cube, instead of barging in.
  • Don’t loiter in hallways
    Your conversations freefloat among people trying to make phone calls, read or write important documents, and concentrate on their work.
  • Realize that odors know no boundaries
    Your lunch, although appetizing to you, may make someone else’s stomach turn. If you eat at your desk, take your trash out promptly.
  • Be more aware of what you are saying and how loudly you are saying it
    Assume everyone within a four-cube radius can hear you. If you need to discuss a sensitive matter discreetly, try to find an empty office or private area.

Another common complaint among cube dwellers is the feeling they are getting “cube body.” What kind of effect does long-term sitting have on you? Mary Ann Paviledes, a registered nurse and massage therapist, said in the article that her clients who sit for an extended period of time often have experienced these physical repercussions:

  • Lower-back strain due to poor posture from being seated too long
  • Upper-back strain from scrunching your neck and shoulder together while talking on the phone
  • Muscle tightness in the chest area from leaning into a desk to type on a computer
  • Sluggish circulation in legs from prolonged inactivity

Fortunately, combating these problems is easy. Pavlides recommended the following exercises for relief:

  • Get up and walk every half hour. This keeps your circulation going, gives your eyes a break from your monitor and lets your whole body move.
  • Stretch your arms back over your head and arch your body into a “C.” This helps reverse the hunched-over posture you may sit in.
  • Stand up and roll back and forth in your heels and toes. This stretches leg muscles that cramp from too much sitting.
  • Find a doorway and place your forearms against the frame. Lean into the doorway and stretch your muscles. Don’t hold this position too long, though, or you might strain yourself.

Also, make sure you have an ergonomic chair with armrests you can raise and lower to get the right fit, and your desk or table should also be adjusted to a comfortable level.

Even if your cube mates are a bunch of annoying Neanderthals, and your boss thinks ergonomic chairs are for wimps, cube nirvana is still possible. Angela Houlton, a communications administrator and resident of cubeland for 11 years, maintains that cube happiness requires a “bloom where you’re planted” philosophy.

“I keep a lot of framed photographs on my desk and favorite places I’ve visited,” she said in the article. “I also am referred to as the ‘Plant Lady’ because of all the greenery at my desk. I’m even considering a small Persian-type rug to place at the entrance of my cube to cozy things up a bit. The way I see it is, if you have to live in a cube, you might as well make it comfortable.”