A study done by the Journal of American Medical Association surveyed roughly 29,000 computer users and found that 52.7% were working with at least one form of daily musculoskeletal discomfort. This lead to a decrease in productivity which resulted in the companies losing money. Organizations would like to increase productivity and to do this they need to address discomfort levels by outfitting there office with the right ergonomic furniture.
Office workers without ergonomic furniture tend to suffer from neck and back pain and having ergonomic furniture in the office can help fight this problem. For instance, ‘hands in lap posture’ is the ideal position for using a keyboard and mouse. An ergonomic office chair is also important so that you’re able to adjust the chair to your liking. Monitor positioning is another important factor and should be adjusted so that the top of your monitor is no higher than eye level.
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