'Tech neck & hair loss' | The future of work for remote staff

The future of work for remote staff

With more employees than ever before currently working from home, and many sharing their hopes to work from home for the foreseeable due to concerns over coronavirus, employees may soon start to face several health issues due to a lack of exercise and sunlight.

As a result, a model called ‘Susan’ has been created by clinical psychologists and fitness experts to depict what the homeworker of 2045 will look like, reported the Daily Mail.

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