Lenovo Did A WFH Study And Here’s What They Found

To the surprise of few, working from home is taking a toll on employees. But technology is seen as more of a mixed bag.

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Globally, 32 per cent of respondents cited back pains, 28 per cent noted worsening posture, 27 per cent saw an increase in neck pains, 18 per cent pointed to wrist, and hand pain.
Lenovo recently did a study looking at how work styles and tools are rapidly evolving and explored the advantages – and challenges ­– tech is providing. It highlights the current impact of increased work from home and what most frustrates users. Now, one of the reasons vendors do surveys is to get a sense of […]
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