I've been working from my home office for many years, but usually I am out to employers and clients at least 3 days/ week. Now that I'll be working from home entirely for the next while, it's time to take my own ergonomic consulting advice. Here are some tips for considerations if you are working from home too.
1. Maintaining a work : life balance. Managing work, time & task requirements for productivity and separating work from your non-work life is important. A few things that help me stay focused and shift my mind are:
The Institute for Work and Health recently released an evidence based practical resource for assisting with the Return to Work process.
This quick 4 minute summary explains how workplaces can be prepared, and support their workers, and the process.
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