Wellington ways to work from home
There are range of businesses to help get you set up for remote working, from the right desk set-up to better ways of communicating
Designed to transition you from sitting to standing work, Refold’s portable, cardboard desks are easy to pack down at the end of the day or move to a different spot in the house (so you can follow the sun around the living room as you work). It's also 100% recyclable and New Zealand made.
Adapting to this new world of work will take deliberate and thoughtful actions, development of leaders and new work practices/guidelines/policy. The team at Humankind can help you develop new team cultures, structures and work practices, keeping the wellbeing of your staff in mind.
Get Smart Global
The team at Get Smart have developed a confidential survey solution that enables businesses to canvass the experiences of staff working from home and they’re offering this to the local market free of charge!
Working Well From Home
From personal wellbeing and smart workspaces, to leadership and culture building, Working Well From Home is a one-stop resource hub where you’ll find information to help you navigate the ‘new normal’.
Aimed at organisations and individuals overcome the challenges and barriers that working remotely can present and to help to minimise adverse impact and optimise physical and mental performance.
Designed by physiotherapist Bart de Viers, Limber is a full personal workspace system dedicated to improving the health and performance of you and your teams while you work through making more movement faster, easier and more attractive than ever before.
Willis Street Physiotherapy
Willis Street Physiotherapy has moved their services online and are now providing one-on-one, and group assessments and workshops to make you're working well from home.
The team can provide at-home worksite assessments and offers a virtual workshop of up to 10 people for your whole team to discuss keeping well at home, with the aim of supporting you in reducing reducing stress, pain, discomfort and injury in your new office.