Since many employees will continue to work remotely on some level, leadership teams need to find ways to extend the in-office experience to at-home employees, starting with safety.
According to OSHA, musculoskeletal disorders are one of the leading causes of lost work time, but they can be largely prevented with proper ergonomics.
Start with the place your employees spend most of their time: their chairs. While chairs can be expensive, they don’t have to break your budget. Continue reading to learn about the best ergonomic office chairs under $200.