The Importance of Ergonomics While Working Remotely
Many Americans are quickly finding that their once-temporary remote work situations are now becoming more long-term, or even permanent, arrangements. With many companies announcing office closures through the end of the year and beyond, it’s more crucial than ever for employees to pay attention to the ergonomics of their “home offices.”
Ergonomics may seem obvious in some instances such as understanding the importance of having your feet resting firmly on the floor, keeping ...
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