Part 8

How to Set Up Your WFH Employees For Success

Webinar Previously Held

January 26th & 27th, 2021

COVID-19 brought with it an unprecedented shift to working from home, and with it, a number of ergonomic challenges for a newly remote workforce. Companies have been faced with the daunting task of managing employee ergonomic health, safety and welfare in uncontrolled, non–designed home spaces. As millions of employees continue to work from home, it is critical that companies understand the implications of this new work style and implement innovative ergonomics solutions and programs that promote employee comfort, wellness and productivity.

This webinar will be hosted by Claire Ganley, a certified ergonomist at Humanscale. Ganley will examine emerging ergonomic challenges, share a variety of approaches that address the most common issues, and introduce, for the first time, a new tool designed to identify your employees' needs and provide tailored recommendations. Following the 45–minute presentation, there will be a 15–minute live Q&A.

Our Expert

This webinar will be hosted by Claire Ganley, a board-certified ergonomist at Humanscale.

Humanscale Board-Certified Ergonomist

Claire Ganley

Humanscale Board-Certified Ergonomist

Claire Ganley is a board certified professional ergonomist with a Bachelors of Science degree in Human Factors and Ergonomics from Cornell University. While there she conducted research investigating the relationship between the physical work environment and its impact on employee stress in both office and hospital settings. Claire has worked as an ergonomist with Humanscale since 2008, assisting organizations with implementing ergonomics programs to reduce workplace injury and improve employee comfort. Her experience ranges from high level trainings in office ergonomics to assessments of laboratory and manufacturing environments. Claire has implemented and managed global ergonomics programs for Fortune 500 companies and plays an active role in the management of ergoIQ, Humanscale's ergonomics software platform. She is also affiliated with the Board of Certified Professional Ergonomists (BCPE) and the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES).