Monthly Archives: June 2013

Why Create an Ergonomic Workspace?

Ensuring that your workspace and staff are equipped with all the right ergonomic components is an essential part of business today, and doing so provides these measurable benefits: improved worker comfort increased productivity improved morale reduced costs associated with injury … Continue reading

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Don’t Mouse Around with Input Devices

A recent survey revealed that a high percentage of office workers consider their computer mouse/input device to be a relatively insignificant component of their overall workstation. In fact, the mouse is one of the most used components of a computer workstation, and … Continue reading

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To Sit or Stand?

One of the hottest debates in ergonomics is whether it’s best for employees to stand or to sit while doing extended periods of desk and computer work. Even mainstream media has taken notice and published numerous reports pitting standing and … Continue reading

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Happy Eyes = A Productive Workplace

Despite recent ergonomic improvements to overall workspace design many office environments continue to be over-lit from an ambient perspective (which creates excess glare and wastes energy) and at the same time under-lit in terms of individual task lighting needs. This … Continue reading

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