Working from home is now the
new normal

The Corona virus has just hastened the transition

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What are the traps of working from home?
See all the tips, suggestions and ideas.
What's covered in this book?

- What is meant by ‘work safety’ and how the nature of work is changing our understandings of work safety (Chapter 2).
- What flexible working arrangements mean and why your safety and health are important, no matter where you work (Chapter 3).
- Staying safe and reducing the risk of injury while working from home (Chapter 4).
- Getting the home workplace right for you (including discussions on workplace ergonomics and the different elements of screen-based equipment, sitting vs standing, using laptop computers and tablets, your work habits and other work health and safety issues).
- The traps and challenges of working from home (including stress) - and how to manage them (Chapter 6).
- A final look into the future of work and the impact the Internet of Things may have on the nature of work itself.

Who is this book for?

The book largely is addressed to the worker who is preparing to undertake their work from  home or other unconventional workplaces, perhaps under flexible working arrangements.  This could be their idea, or they have just been told by their employer has just told you "Don't come in, just work from home"!

Work from home! What could go wrong?

Well, there are many traps, pitfalls and challenges associated with working from home (or other remote location under flexible working arrangements(.  Here is the book that discusses these challenges - and provides practical tips and solutions to overcome them.

If this is you - or you employ or manage people who do so -, this book is for you.

Wherever you are working
Remote Working; Flexible Working Arrangements; Working From Home

“David has some very awesome detailed information in this book. He outlines all the major pitfalls and preventative strategies to help you avoid ending up as a physiotherapy patient from your home workplace injury.  David clearly outlines many of the concerns and preventative strategies that cause workplace injuries we treat as physiotherapists"

Jason Bradley
BodyWorx Physio

And something else!

Are you asking your staff to stay at home to do their work?Would you like Dr David McIvor to talk to your staff about how to maintain their health and safety?

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