WFH: Putting tech to work

A riser helps keep the screen at eye level or just slightly lower, preventing users from having to lean forward or look downwards. — Computer vector created by macrovector -

It has been more than a year since the pandemic broke out and the first movement control order (MCO) was initiated but workers all over the world are continuing to work out of home.

Many employees have also said they would prefer to work from home (WFH) even after the pandemic comes to an end.

Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 31
Cxense type: NA
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights

work from home , screen time , ergonomics


Next In Tech News

U.S. to target ransomware payments in cryptocurrency with sanctions - WSJ
British computing inventor Clive Sinclair dies at 81
HBO Max slashes prices in limited offer as streaming wars heat up
Tencent opens WeChat to rivals’ links as China app walls crumble
Exclusive-Teamsters organizing workers' unions at 9 facilities in Canada
Tencent says will allow WeChat users to access rivals' links
Infineon CEO: We expect chip prices to rise significantly
Beijing sets up website for public to report gaming company ‘irregularities’ as anti-addiction drive ramps up
Infineon opens Austrian power-chip plant ahead of schedule
JPMorgan to launch digital bank Chase in Britain next week

Stories You'll Enjoy