Employees Working From Home and OSHA Work Injuries

My Employees are Teleworking – Do I Need to Worry About OSHA Work Injuries at Home? The COVID-19 pandemic has caused lots of changes in society (social distancing, wearing masks, singing the “Happy Birthday” song while washing your hands, etc.). One undeniable change has been the substantial increase in the number of employees teleworking (i.e., working remotely from home). The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that just under 33% of workers worked from home in June because of the coronavirus outbreak. Moreover, there appears to be a growing belief that teleworking may become the new normal for many employees even after COVID-19.

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