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Marty Watts

Marty Watts joined Windham Group as Director of Sales in October 2014. He helped create a 17% growth in revenue in 2015. In March 2016 he began to oversee all marketing responsibilities, focused on sharpening Windham Groups' digital presence. He comes with more than ten years of sales & marketing expertise. Prior to Windham Group, Marty was the Global Enterprise Delivery Manager for Meltwater Group, a leading media intelligence company. While there, he was responsible for ensuring successful implementation and ongoing professional services delivery of all Meltwater SaaS products. Enterprise Clients under Marty's direction included: Dell, Canon, Electrolux, Raytheon, Hewlett Packard & Ebay. Prior to this role, Marty was the Agency Sales Director for Meltwater where he developed strategic partnerships with advertising agencies around the world, designing solutions that helped brands mine consumer insights . Marty joined the Meltwater team when they acquired JitterJam, a social CRM platform. He was one of seven founding members. While at JitterJam he developed strategic partnerships with agencies such as AKQA, Edelman & DraftFCB. Marty's career began on the technical side of sales, where he designed and sold solutions focused on remote access, routing & switching, server virtualization and IP telephony. Marty is a crossfit enthusiast, has a family with four children who consume every minute of his spare time and who also manage to spend every dollar he earns.
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Preventing Musculoskeletal Injuries: The Magic is in the Movement!

Posted by Marty Watts on Aug 31, 2016 12:14:00 PM


We've all seen the different solutions that have evolved in the name of office ergonomics to prevent musculoskeletal injuries. Better chairs, standing desks, and rubber balls. Even chair/desk combos that look more like a device for plugging into The Matrix rather than getting the weekly corporate update written. And there is the occasional odd coworker who will randomly take naps on the office floor. (He didn't last very long!)

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Topics: Preventing Musculoskeletal Injuries

Preventing Injuries: Common Accidents & Reducing Physical Demands of the Job

Posted by Marty Watts on Aug 26, 2016 7:30:00 AM

OSHA estimates that businesses spend $170 billion annually due to on the job illnesses and injuries, and that around 3.7 million employees are hurt every year. Many companies treat workplace injuries as an annoyance that just suddenly occurs. However, workplace injuries do not just happen as they are often preventable and predictable. Data from the Injury Impact Report reveals the most common occupational injuries and accidents.

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Topics: Preventing Injuries

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