Working from home has its pleasures – but it also comes with its difficulties. From a lack of privacy, screaming children, and make-shift workspaces.
Did you know…
According to new research from Bupa UK, in the past year almost two thirds (63%), equating to 11 million Brits, have injured their back, neck, hips, knees or wrists, amongst other injuries as a result of bad WFH practices.
Brits have been slumping on sofas, lounging on beanbags and reclining on beds as they work from home amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Whilst for many, WFH is a phenomenal opportunity, it’s crucial that you are not crippling yourself in the process.
This is the ultimate guide to creating an ergonomic workspace, whether at home or in the office. You’ll find the best practices to set yourself up for success.
Your tailbone will surely thank you for it!