To some, the office can be a drag. Whether watching the clock, hoping time flies by, or squirming in a clunky office chair, employees may not want to be at work at all. There is a way, however, to spruce up the office so that employees dig their surroundings and are happier and healthier at work. Here are some ways that great office furniture helps the workplace.
The need for ergonomics is often discussed in professional settings. However, carpal tunnel syndrome, back and neck pain, and other MSDs persist even when at home. We sit just as long at home as we do at work. Plus, some home items are detrimental to maintaining a healthy body and mind, as we get caught up with aesthetics versus comfort and practicality.
Whether redecorating or reorganizing, consider the following ways to bring ergonomics into your home.
Think about your work day and posture. Think about how you position your body throughout the day while at the office. Do you hunch over? Do you lean into your computer screen? Do you shift from the back of your chair to the front? If you’re nodding yes to each of these questions, you may also agree with the following: you have a bad back because of how you sit.
It is common to have a bad back after sitting for hours on end. Your back pain, however, progressively worsens when you don’t know how to sit correctly. Here are some tips to ease back pain and improve posture when sitting: