Emma is a life-size model of what a team of health experts have determined the average office worker could look like in 20 years' time if they aren’t more mindful of ergonomics. Complete with a hunched back, varicose veins, swollen arms, legs and face and a rotund stomach, Emma displays the damaging effects of sedentary behaviour in the office.
Even once the pandemic subsides, the behavioural habits we’ve formed in response to isolation and physical distancing has set a new precedent for the way in which we practice health and hygiene in the workplace.
With a hyper-awareness of
Desk dividers have proven to be a necessary tool in maintaining a safe and healthy workplace. That’s why it’s important to ensure your office, retail or corporate environment is implementing the correct desk partitions and office dividers to give your patrons and staff peace of mind that they’re health and wellbeing are being prioritised.
We already know that workplace ergonomics has a direct correlation with employee performance. So how exactly do you build an ergonomic office?
Whether you’re building an ergonomic office space at home or in your company office, there are a few pieces of er
If your employer has given you the choice to continue working from home, should you take them up on their offer? Here are a few things to consider before returning to the office full time.
Change up the layout of your workplace with desk dividers and partition screens. Desk dividers and partition screens are screens that can either mount to your office desk to divide shared desks or add privacy. Or partitions that can be mounted on a castor or leg base to create temporary walls to divide your office space.
First impressions matter. That’s why it’s important to have ergonomic visitor chairs in your waiting room or reception to provide an inviting and comfortable atmosphere for your clients, guests and potential customers.
Here’s why you should invest in genuine ergonomic office furniture: