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kitchen table ergonomics

WFH Ergonomics Survey From University of Cincinnati Is In, And The News Is Not Great

Companies that can afford it (especially Big Tech) almost immediately deputized their ergonomics and HR departments to reimburse $1,000 to $2,000 per employee to let them get properly set up for the long haul. But hundreds of thousands of employers, perhaps more impacted by the r…

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What Employers Urgently Need to Know About Kitchen Table Ergonomics

With millions of desk workers ordered to work from home for months, through the end of the year, or even permanently, employers need to consider the fact that liability for ergonomic injuries has now pierced the veil of the corporate campus.

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Why Standing Desks and Treadmill Desks are Essential for Remote Workers

Why Standing Desks and Treadmill Desks are Essential for Remote Workers

With so many Americans opting to work from home, it is important to ensure they have workspace at home that is conducive to health and productivity. It may sound enjoyable to work from a couch or bed, but doing so can lead to back and neck pain. Luckily, investing in a sit-stand …

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If You’re New to Telecommuting, the Work-Life Formula Summit is for You

Paul D. Michaels, who describes himself as a “work-from-home father of three teenagers,” is one such expert. He has gathered eleven speakers together and organized the Work-Life Formula Summit, How to Set Yourself Up for Success During a Crisis, which is covering a variety of top…

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