I noticed you shared an article from JamesClear.com on your post about improving employee productivity here: https://blog.dooster.net/this-productivity-tip-will-change-your-life/
I thought the article was good, and I thought you might be interested in an article that can help improve employees’ productivity: home office ergonomics statistics.
Working at home due to the pandemic has affected employees' productivity. One study found that only 58.5% of employees working from home use a desk. And they were more likely to be more productive than those who work at a dining room table, couch or elsewhere.
Here are other questions that we answer in the article:
What percentage of home office workers use a couch or a bed as their office chair?
What percentage of folks working from home work out of their dining room?
How many employees working from home had to buy their computer equipment?
Finally, we explain the health risks of these issues and give tips to resolve the worst home office setups.
We quote 36 different sources in the article -- it's quite authoritative.
Here's the article if you want to take a look: https://www.flexispot.com/spine-care-center/15-statistics-you-need-to-know-about-home-office-ergonomics/
Would you consider sharing our article with your readers by linking to it? Anyone who wants to be more productive at work may find this very helpful.
Thank you, and please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.
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