Jan Vickery, Head of Clinical Services at AXA Health, gives advice on how to avoid or manage aches and pains while working from home and how to maintain good posture.
It’s as important to work safely and comfortably at home as it is in the office. Whether you have a dedicated space for working or you’re having to think a bit more creatively about optimising your environment, this factsheet explains what to keep in mind.
Many of us haven’t been able to benefit from the same level of socialising that we’re used to lately, which makes staying connected with colleagues more important than ever. Take a look at some of the ways you can keep connected with your teams.
For many the daily commute offered a precious window of time to prepare for or shake off the working day. For some of us, after months of working from home, new habits have formed. Could a fake commute reinstall that ‘me time’, help you mentally prepare for the day ahead, or offer that vital post-work unwind?
Whether it’s virtual meet-ups, check-ins or after work gatherings, it helps bring routine in to the day and create a sense of community – something that is often missing when remote working becomes the norm. The good news is that there’s lots that can be done to combat feelings of loneliness caused by isolation and sometimes it really is the small things that can make a difference.