The typical employee spends most of his working day sitting behind a computer screen. Despite the apparently lighter work, many people have developed symptoms due to continuous seating, bad posture and poorly designed workstations or work environments.
Some workers experience fatigue, eye strain, backaches and discomfort or pain in legs, arms, neck or shoulders.
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Even if you have all the essential components, light, monitor, keyboard support and of course an ergonomic task chair, it’s often not used or set up correctly.
Use the following guidelines to achieve a better posture and set up your workstation to increase levels of comfort and productivity.
Checklist: A good office chair has all the adjustments.
Sitting properly in a good and healthy posture at work benefits the individual user as well as the business.