Office worker cutout While ergonomics probably wasn’t a top priority in the early stages of the work-from-home transition, there is no time like the present to ensure employees’ workspaces fit them. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Many employees have been working from home for two months or more now. And when this happened in March, no timeline was set for how long it might last. There was no time to consider and plan for their at-home workstations. And, that can impact employees’ physical health.

A workstation is about more than the tools to do the job. It’s about the proper setup and positioning—the ergonomics of the space. Fitting the tasks and tools to the person is essential to overall health and well-being.

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