Our guide for HR professionals as millions of employees transition to remote work.
In 2016, Americans spent $134.5 billion on low back and neck pain – more than on any other condition.
As employers look for solutions for back pain in the workplace, it’s smart to consider why common back pain solutions don’t always work – and what helps them work better.
Lower back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide, and even for those whose jobs don’t include any manual labor, pain can still be debilitating.
These steps can help you figure out what’s missing from your benefits package, and how you can develop a plan that attracts the best talent – and keeps costs under control.