There’s no shortage of articles, videos and other resources offering advice on how to best work from home right now. Articles on everything from how to be more productive working from home to how to improve your ergonomics at home.
A lot of these articles, however, offer tips that many people either can’t or won’t follow.
Let’s face it, a fair portion of the current remote workforce isn’t even getting out of their pajamas during work hours, and unable to afford better desk chairs, employees may be stuck using a cheap chair, a kitchen stool or even their couch as a workstation.
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