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May 30, 2019

Ergonomic office furniture is a major trend for 2019. Many offices are expanding beyond the mainstays of ergonomic keyboard trays and supportive seating to include adjustable monitor mounts, active office implements and standing desks. We’ve Got Your Back has compiled a list of the best standing desks we currently offer to help your office space stay ahead of the curve.

Standing desks are, however, more than a trend. Science backs up the health benefits of standing while on the job. With results from increased circulation to higher productivity, standing desk research shows that healthy employees are better employees. Read about the benefits of standing desks in our recent blog post!

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May 23, 2019

Workplace anxiety can negatively impact productivity at work and negatively affect relationships and communication among your staff. Common wellness initiatives often do not address mental health as an important element of employee health. Instead, they tend to focus on exercise and physical issues.

However, mental health and physical health are undeniably connected in the whole picture of individual wellness. According to Medical News Today, stress reduces mental clarity, decision-making and immune health, among other aspects. These can all impact the individual worker as well as the morale and success of a company.

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May 23, 2019

Sitting still for long periods, as office workers do, can lead to extreme physical discomfort and long-term health ramifications. Non-ergonomic office furniture can exacerbate the problem by forcing the spine and shoulders into awkward postures. According to Psychology Today, extensive sitting can also contribute to chronic pain while impacting both neck and back health over time.

According to the Canadian Centre for Occupational and Health Safety (Canada’s OSHA), sitting long hours reduces circulation, which leads to fatigue. Sedentary lifestyles also worsen cardiovascular health, cholesterol levels and blood sugar, according to WebMD.

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April 29, 2019

Monitor mounts are fantastic ergonomic compliments to any desktop set-up, making the position of one or more computer monitors adjustable. They also reduce eye strain and neck pain by allowing customization of both height and proximity of a screen in relation to one’s own line of sight.

Eye strain is a serious problem for employees who interface with digital platforms eight to ten hours per day. Pennsylvania State University Medicine recommends positioning a computer screen 20-26 inches, or arm’s length, from your eyes. Monitor mounts allow ergonomic positioning according to each person’s arm length and comfort level.

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April 18, 2019

Sitting is traditionally part and parcel for most office jobs, and commonly, employees bear the negative effects of taking it easy at work. Sedentary jobs can lead to a host of problems including chronic back and neck pain, obesity, abnormal cholesterol levels and even death from cardiovascular disease and cancer.

However, mounting scientific evidence, backed up by modern trends in workplace products, are introducing innovative ergonomic options to offices that help with employee health. One such beneficial alternative is the standing desk.

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April 2, 2019
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Is your organization planning to implement a telecommuting program for certain days of the week, or are remote employees already part of your workforce? Allowing employees to have a flexible work arrangement by working from home either full-time or part-time is a growing trend. A benefit for employers working with telecommuters is that it reduces extra overhead costs, but there are additional requirements to consider, particularly the ergonomics of the remote employee’s home office.

To provide a healthy workspace for remote employees and set them up to be productive and successful in their home office, you’ll want to follow and implement these ergonomics best practices.

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March 19, 2019
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Consider these ergonomic chairs for your employees.

Most Americans spend 10 hours sitting each day, which can lead to a myriad of health issues. One of the ways companies are now choosing to ease stresses caused by long days of sitting is by providing ergonomic chairs.

Designed with the human body in mind, ergonomic chairs reduce workplace injuries, provide support for the hips and spine, relieve the daily stresses on shoulders and neck, and decrease discomfort; all of these benefits also enhance an employee’s mood and productivity.

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March 5, 2019
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Are you aware of these common workplace trends?

Have you evaluated your office ergonomics lately? What are common workplace trends you should consider making part of your company’s health and wellness initiatives this year? This blog post shares five trends you won’t want to miss.

1. Healthier Workplace Wellness Initiatives

Studies show 87 percent of employees want healthier workplace benefits, from fitness options to ergonomic office tools like sit-to-stand desks and more. In the tech industry specifically 93 percent of workers report they’d stay longer at companies that offer these healthier workplace benefits.

2. A Wider Range of Generations in the Workplace

It’s estimated Generation Z will make up 36 percent of the global workforce by next year while more people are retiring later. As you consider the wide range of potential ages at your business, make sure your workplace stresses office ergonomics across the board. From Generation Z employees, who may not think about their movement at work yet, to older staff, who may already have more physical limitations, ergonomic office tools can ensure a happy and healthy work environment for all generations.

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February 26, 2019
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Is hot desking right for your workplace?

Hot desking” continues to be a common workplace trend, but before you rearrange your business’ space, it’s worth considering whether it will lead to increased productivity and office health.

What is hot desking? It’s the practice of desk sharing. The idea is that instead of assigned desks for each employee, there are community desks that are available on a first come, first serve basis. It’s designed to encourage employee creativity by allowing them to change their environment each day, in addition to reducing the number of desks companies need to provide for their employees as not all of them are at a desk continually – some are on vacation, out sick, working flex schedules or in meetings.

What are the benefits and challenges with this type of set up and is it a good fit for your workplace? Keep reading for a helpful list of pros and cons to consider.

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