Physical and mental health checklist for remote workers
Published Jun 2020
Mental and physical health go hand-in-hand – and attention, time, and resources should be invested in both when employees work from home for extended periods of time.
Help your business establish policies and practices that support the physical and mental health of your remote workforce by completing the checklist below. If you answer “NO” to any of the questions, it may indicate there are additional steps that need to be taken to prioritise the health of your employees.
Questions for employees
Have you established a dedicated work area in your home - even if you don’t have a separate home office?
Do you encourage employees to set up ergonomic home workspaces?
If you use a laptop, do you have a laptop stand, external mouse, and full-size keyboard so that you can maintain a comfortable position for a full day of work?
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