It’s been seven long months since the pandemic forced workers across the country to retreat from the office and head home, to work remotely to stave off the fast spread of the virus. In that time, some have returned briefly, before once again being asked by the Government to work from home where possible.
In this time, workers have scrambled to create a place within their homes in which they can comfortably work. In fact, Amazon noted recently that sales of home office furniture have skyrocketed in this time. However, many are still balancing monitors on stacks of books, or working from a messy kitchen counter or dining room table.
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