I will freely admit that using a desk converter is better than many of the alternative postures in the home (sitting in bed with no back support, on the couch with computer on the coffee table, laptop on one’s lap, to name three common work-from-home solutions), but let’s set the record straight on the possible, if not probable, issues you will have with a desk converter.
The shift to remote work has been on the rise for years. From 2005 to 2017, there was a 159% increase in people who work at least part-time from home. Now, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, roughly half of U.S. workers are working remotely.
Ergonomic service providers are doing their part during the pandemic by providing valuable information and telephonic assessment services for staff who work from home.