The ergonomic evaluations of home workstations identified many issues that could be adversely affecting workers over the long haul.
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It’s likely that most of your work hours are spent staring at a computer screen. But, if improperly positioned, monitors can spell trouble.
With many people working from home, employers need to consider liability for ergonomic injuries has pierced the veil of the corporate campus.
Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) is shockingly widespread. Some studies call it the century's largest office epidemic. And you've probably never heard of it.
Which Has Greater Impact on Relieving Foot Pain for Standing Workers – Special Shoes or Standing Mats?
We get this question from employers looking for ways to reduce foot pain, absenteeism and medical costs for employees who stand on their feet all day.
While some consider ANSI-BIFMA compliance a check-off item on the punch list for buying a desk, in our experience it's only a starting point.
Your goal should be 5,000 steps (nominally) to 10,000 steps (optimally) for achieving and maintaining a sustainable level of fitness and stamina.
Varicose veins are among the most persistent bugbears of standing workers - something that every treadmill desker becomes the moment the belt stops moving. Most readers will recognize the term, and many have probably heard it before in relation to prolonged standing; however, fe…
The average American office worker’s BMI is far higher than the average Korean subject in this study, and we spend even more hours a day sitting.
With so many Americans opting to work from home, it is important to ensure they have workspace that is conducive to health and productivity.
We've seen a trend of using "desk" and "table" interchangeably. A desk is a workstation for one individual, while a table is for multiple people to use.