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To minimize workers’ comp risks for remote workers, consider the ergonomics of an employee’s workspace and recommendations on how to maintain a safe and hazard-free area. (Photo: Prostock-studio/Shutterstock)

There is no doubt that the way we work has changed drastically in 2021. As so many employees have adjusted to working from home, trading their cubicle for a kitchen table and the board room meetings for Zoom appointments, many have become accustomed to making a workplace out of practically anywhere.

Of course, some of these changes come with implications, especially in the workers’ compensation arena. Identifying a few key questions and solutions on this matter, however, can help both employers and employees be better set up for success as telework and hybrid work quickly becomes the new standard of conducting business.

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