Why HR Should Focus on Ergonomics

Remote employees who have spent the pandemic working from kitchen tables, couches and beds may be feeling more aches and pains than usual. Compounded with stress and anxiety, a raft of physical ailments from poor ergonomics are leading to exploding health care costs. Here’s how employers can help.
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Pensions Regulator: Gig firms should offer pensions

Recruitment is broken. New data reveals over half of new hires aren’t working