The Hidden Costs When Remote Workers Spend All Day On The Couch

Companies that wish to permanently adopt remote work must do more than simply send workers home with a laptop. Ensuring remote employees are operating with good ergonomics and have a positive at-home work environment is essential to long-term remote work success.

When remote workers operate with poor ergonomics, the impact on a company’s bottom line can be significant. The Bureau of Labor Statistics cites MSDs as the most common type of workplace injury, amounting to around 30% of worker compensation costs.

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