WFH is fuelling sick note Britain, says minister with record 2.5million people signed off Work

  • Bad posture while WFH may have fuelled rise in those on long-term sick leave
  • Aches and pains caused by WFH has fuelled Britain’s bulging sick bill, MP Mel Stride the work and pensions secretary has suggested.
  • Bad posture while working remotely may have contributed to the rise in those now unemployed due to muscle, back and joint problems,MP Mel Stride said.

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