Resources to help employees stay connected and engaged while working from home
During the current COVID-19 outbreak, some employees have had to adjust to telecommuting or remote work.
This page is designed to help employees get started with telecommuting, set up their workspace ergonomically, and offer ways to stay engaged and productive.
To get started with Telecommuting:
- Read through the Telecommuting Policy
- Prepare the Telecommuting Form and obtain approval from your supervisor
Setting up your Workspace at Home:
- Make sure you check out these articles to find inspiration for your home office, as well as function and ergonomic set up
- How to Set Up a Home Office You Love: 12 Tips
- Ergonomic Tips for Redesigning Your New Office
- How to Turn a Closet into a Home Office
- Telecommuting & Mobile Ergonomics
- OSHA: Computer Workstations
- L&I: Ergonomics for Home Offices
- How to Create the Ideal Ergonomic Workstation Setup
- How to set up an ergonomic workstation at home
- 7 Things You Need for an Ergonomically Correct Workstation
Ergonomic Equipment Resources: Below is a list of items you should consider in order to fit your workspace with ergonomic equipment. The links are either to companies that offer those specific items or to articles that highlight companies who offer those items. Please note, this list may not include all the items necessary for an ergonomic work space, nor are the links a recommendation of the ideal equipment for you. You should do your own research of the options available that will fit your space or needs. Target, Walmart, Amazon, Staples, and Office Depot also offer many options for the equipment listed below. If you need something evaluated for ergonomic appropriateness, please reach out to the Human Resources Department.
|Standing Desks & Monitor Risers|
|Mouse & Keyboards|