We are rapidly closing in on a year of “working at home for a few weeks.” Is your company still operating as if working at home is a temporary thing?
What has your company done for work at home employees? Unless it was accompanied by focused guidance, an employee stipend may have had only limited effectiveness. How effective was any training?
How are your employees feeling? In the surveys we have done and seen, close to 50% of employees working at home are experiencing ergonomics-related problems. What are your employee engagement surveys revealing?
What have you done for those employees who needed ergonomics assistance in your offices before you moved to a working at home model? What are you doing for your employees currently experiencing problems?
Did you know that many countries, states, and provinces around the world require ergonomics assessments of workstations, including those of people working at home? How is your company complying with those? Most countries also require companies to address any work-related pain or discomfort under a “general duty” style law. Even if an employee is working at home.
We have assessed thousands of workstations across the world. We know the best way to help your employees get comfortable and more productive is via a virtual assessment with a qualified professional.
Contact us for more information about how we can help your company succeed via virtual ergonomics assessments—no matter where your employees live or work!