Ergonomists rally to keep workers safe in pandemic

Ergo ISEs find innovative ways to adapt to changing workplaces, habits

By Keith Albertson

Like many aspects of business and society, the science of ergonomics, already an evolving field in an era of high-tech wonders, took a sharp detour in 2020. It came just as many offices and factories were shut down and some employees went to work snuggled up with laptops on their sofas.

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