How to make your home office more ergonomic
Seven cheap and easy tips for making your home office or workspace more ergonomic.
As COVID-19 spreads, workforces across the world are being encouraged to stay at home as much as possible. In the US, Twitter, Apple and Microsoft are mobilising staff to work remotely. In Australia, businesses including financial and legal firms, telecommunications companies and government departments are all moving to home-based working arrangements as restrictions are placed on the number of people able to gather indoors.
If you are facing weeks or possibly months of working from home, how can you set up a working environment that is ergonomically safe? Back pain, muscle aches and tension, and eye strain can all be a result of a poorly set up work station, so we asked some experts for their advice on how to create a healthy, injury-free work space.