Guide to a Productive Home Office or Remote Workspace

Ergonomic Home Office Remote Office


We’re detailing a variety of considerations and recommendations for constructing an ergonomic, productive, and fulfilling home office or remote workplace. It’s important to view your home office as an evolving project. Iteration applies to workspaces, too. As you begin to interact with your office, you may determine that monitors should be shifted, lighting should be added or tweaked, or that you actually prefer silence or ambient noise over headphones playing music.
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