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Sharp NEC Display Solutions and Fusion Spaces highlight home-working health

Sharp NEC Display Solutions and Fusion Spaces highlight home-working health

Sharp NEC Display Solutions and Fusion Spaces highlight home-working health

Sharp NEC Display Solutions has partnered with Fusion Spaces in order to help organisations foster better home-based working environments. The partnership has resulted in the launch of an online assessment tool, WorkFree, and a range of bundled technology solutions.

“We believe in creating safe, comfortable and inclusive working environments that nurture and support human physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing,” said Jayne Cox, co-founder of Fusion Spaces.

“Through our new assessment tool, WorkFree, we are helping employers and employees manage work environments safely, comfortably, happily and respectfully,” added Kenneth Freeman, Fusion Spaces workplace wellbeing consultant.

The WorkFree tool is built on three foundations – assurance, comfort and quality, and freedom and empowerment – which are intended to help employers and employees to achieve the mutually beneficial goal of healthy, happy and effective work.

“The working from home concept requires a whole new perspective on the meaning of productivity and its intertwined relationship with wellbeing and motivation,” stated Jon Raines, corporate account manager at Sharp NEC Display Solutions. “Where previously, organisations managed the working environment within the office setting, they are now empowering the workforce to work more independently at remote locations. By partnering with Fusion Spaces, we are helping our customers to best support their home-based workforce, ensuring their safety and wellbeing.”



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