Photo: Bingokid/Getty Images Photo: Bingokid/Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Bingokid/Getty Images 6 Ergonomic Mistakes to Avoid in Your Home Office, Now That We’re Working Remotely for the Long Haul 1 / 1 Back to Gallery By now, you may have spent months working in a makeshift home office after the COVID-19 pandemic required many employees to take their work home and shelter in place. And even as states allow restaurants, bars, and retail stores to reopen, many employees are planning to keep working from home for the foreseeable future. Those who may initially have expected their slapdash home office to be a short-term solution may be starting to notice some discomfort from sitting in an unsupportive chair or hunching over a laptop all day. If you’re making any of these mistakes, you’re not alone—but you’re also not out of luck. We asked the experts what you can do to improve your home office setup and stave off aches and pains, and here’s the good news: You don’t need to invest thousands of dollars on new office furniture to give your workspace an ergonomic upgrade. Mistake No. 1: Staying in the same… Read full this story
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