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Telecommuting is a rising workplace reality, as 3.7 million employees work from home at least half the time, according to GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com. As more technologies become available, almost half of the working population in the United States hold jobs that are compatible with at least partial telework.

Brian Kost, senior director of the Workplace Possibilities program at The Standard, has identified 10 questions advisers can help employers answer to ensure the ergonomic needs of remote employees don’t go unnoticed.