4 Ergonomics Tips for Making Remote Work More Comfortable

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) agency, which oversees workplace ergonomics, defines the term simply as fitting a job to a person. OSHA has applied this science to reduce the likelihood and severity of contracting musculoskeletal disorders in the office, including carpal tunnel syndrome, tendinitis and rotator cuff injuries. Yet…

3 Top Remote Work Trends to Expect in 2015

As an increasing number of companies are allowing employees to work from home full-time, business leaders are realizing that they need to take those workers’ unique needs into consideration. Companies that plan to prosper this year know that most new and even some long-term employees will want to work mobile more frequently. This expected growth…

In the St. Nick of Time: Remote Access to the Rescue

Cameras were snapping as families across the globe tried on sweaters from Grandma, tore through junk drawers to find a few loose AA batteries for Junior’s remote-control car and logged on to their new tablets for the first time. Well,” Santa thought, “we made it to another Christmas Day.” With that, he got to work…