5 Desk Adjustments You Should Make
The US Department of Labor defines ergonomics as the science of designing the job to fit the worker, rather than physically forcing the worker’s body to fit the job.
According to Jonathan Puleio, MS CPE, Managing Director at Humanscale, “The rise in popularity of ergonomics among office workers is stemming mainly from increased musculoskeletal symptoms associated with longer work durations and poor workstation design,” “They conform their body to the workstation and this is what leads to discomfort and fatigue.”
Click here to find out how you can have better posture by adjusting the position of your chair, keyboard, mouse, monitor and lighting. “5 Adjustments You Need to Make to Your Desk Right Now“
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