If you’ve ever been tempted to work from bed before (or maybe if you already do), you might want to rethink the habit. “WFB” can actually cause you more pain than productivity. Here’s what you need to know.
If you spend several hours each day working at a desk, you’ve probably experienced the ache and pain that comes with poor posture before. A chiropractor advises on the best workspace ergonomics.
Is your desk covered with papers and post-it notes? Or do you have to clear your desk of clutter before getting anything else done? Find out what this says about you. The answer might actually surprise you.
You might not be able to avoid a control freak. But it’s important to understand the behavior to learn how to best deal with them.
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