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December 11, 2018

Have you ever experienced the irritable sensation of crawling, tingling or cramping with the intense urge to constantly move your legs, especially in the evenings? If so, there is a chance you’ve experienced Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS). According to WebMD, it is a common condition that affects nearly ten percent of the population.

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November 27, 2018

Founded on September 22, 1949, American Business Women’s Day was created by the American Business Women’s Association to bring to light the accomplishments of the millions of diverse U.S. women workers and business owners in the workplace. After 70 years, women have made leaps and bounds of progress compared to a time when they couldn’t even vote. Now we are sitting in a time where more women are taking a seat at the table and becoming founders and leaders, instead of just taking the administrative and supportive roles.

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September 24, 2018

Whether you work in an office, sit down at a desk, or like to sit in a chair that swivels, there is an important thing that we can all agree on. Sitting in an office chair all day doesn’t necessarily sound great for your back. A lot of time spent in an uncomfortable non-ergonomic chair may add stress to your spine and your office chair may be the main reason your back hurts!

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July 13, 2018
kitchen ergonomics

With the amount of time spent in the kitchen, it’s important to understand some basic kitchen ergonomics that will help keep you comfortable and free of injuries.

Typically, when we talk about ergonomics it’s in relation to the workplace environment and includes topics such as office design and equipment; however, proper ergonomics extends beyond the office into our personal lives. One of these areas where we spend a lot of time is the kitchen. The kitchen is the heart of a home, where we get sustenance to keep us nourished and moving. With the amount of time we spend there, twisting, lifting, bending, cutting, slicing and chopping, it’s important to consider proper ergonomics to avoid injuries and discomfort. Read More

May 4, 2018


Ergonoimcs Plan

Do you have an ergonomic plan in place for your organization? Find out why you should and how to set it up in this article.

Wojciech Jastrzebowski first used the word ‘ergonomics’ in 1857, but the study and practice of how we use our body and tools to complete our jobs have been around for much longer than that. For centuries, scientists have been trying to figure out ways to reduce workplace injuries, increase productivity, and improve overall health and happiness for employees. If you’re trying to decide if your business needs an ergonomic plan, continue reading for our advice and how to put one together. Read More

January 19, 2018
Ergonomic Keyboard Trays

Learn how the right keyboard tray can boost workplace performance.

At We’ve Got Your Back, we specialize in helping you create a healthy and productive work environment for yourself and your employees. Anyone who spends most of their time at a desk using a computer and its corresponding accessories will benefit greatly from having ergonomic options available to them. Keyboard trays are often overlooked, but make a world of difference in how well your team works.

How can ergonomic keyboard trays help improve health and work performance for you and your team? Keep reading to find out.

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December 15, 2017

Have you invested in the right ergonomic comforts for your business? While stocking monitor mounts, sit-to-stand desks and keyboard trays may seem like a wish list item, it’s actually crucial to your company’s bottom line and deserves its own place in your budget. How can it positively impact your organization? Read on for some fascinating information.

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Find out how good workplace ergonomics can save your company money,

What is Ergonomics?

Ergonomics is focused on designing spaces so that people can live, work and move around them comfortably. According to HumanScale, “[Ergonomics is] the science of fitting a workplace to the user’s needs, ergonomics aims to increase efficiency and productivity and reduce discomfort… A sound understanding of ergonomics can prevent most workplace injuries by adjusting tools to the user, putting an emphasis on proper posture to reduce the impact of repetitive movements.”

While ergonomic studies have been around for a long time, the modernization of the workplace has increased the need for ergonomic transformation. HumanScale explains, “The use of computers and rapidly changing technology in the modern workplace has greatly increased the need for ergonomics. Desks, chairs, monitors, keyboards and lighting all need to be assessed when creating a workspace, whether it is at the office or at home.” Read More

November 24, 2017

What’s on your ergonomics wish list this holiday season? At We’ve Got Your Back, we recommend a wide variety of ergonomic products to help you stay safe and healthy in the workplace. Giving your employees the ability to adjust and personalize their workspace with comfort in mind is one of the best gifts you could give them this year. Which workplace health items should be on your list? Here are our 2017 gift picks.

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What’s on your gift wish list this year?

Essential Ergonomic Office Gifts

Ergonomic Chairs

The right seating can turn a difficult day into a productive one. This holiday season, do your workers a favor and stock new ergonomic office chairs for them to enjoy! What should you be looking for? A good desk seat should be comfortable enough to sit in for several hours at a time and provide adequate back support to keep the body healthy. Check out the selection of ergonomic chairs on our website.

Adjustable Sit-To-Stand Desks

Sit-to-stand desks are hot right now, and for good reason. If you want to help your team members beat the elusive Sitting Disease, consider offering these desks for them. The benefits of standing as you work are vast, and workers of all ages can take advantage of this easy way to gain more energy while on the job. Browse our selection of sit-to-stand desks here. Read More

October 27, 2017

When it comes to ergonomic office accessories, there are lots of options to choose from. In fact, there can be so many different models, tools and brand names that it can be hard to know if you’re making the right decision, for both your budget and your body. As you browse ergonomic office chairs, you may notice that there are different seating styles, ranging from the backless Bambach Saddle seat or classic mesh-back Office Master to lab stools and sit-to-stand chairs. Read on to learn about pros and cons of sitting on a popular seating option: a tall chair.

Is a tall chair right for you?

2 Pros of Sitting on a Tall Chair

  1. A Better View of the Office

A tall chair in an open office environment is a great way to increase team productivity and foster group collaboration. When employees are more elevated, they are able to see more of the workspace and better interact with team members, leading to increased team cohesion.

  1. Great for Tall People

Our taller office friends have a harder time finding a comfortable ergonomic chair than those who are under 6 feet tall. Because of their longer legs, taller individuals need an office chair that caters to their needs and allows them to sit comfortably with their feet firmly positioned on the ground. A tall desk chair might be the right solution. Read More

September 29, 2017

Standing desks aren’t a new idea. Commonly, offices in the 19th century featured tall wooden desks that were the norm for many types of workers. Perhaps most famously, Ernest Hemingway and other writing legends used standing desks for years, citing increased focus and productivity. Receiving a boost in energy, reducing the risk of obesity and saving money in health and wellness programs are all benefits of introducing standing desks into your office.

Why is standing important? Keep reading to find out!

We talk all the time about standing at work, but do you know why it’s so important? There are many reasons; employees are more likely to be satisfied and committed to their jobs when they are provided with the ergonomic comforts they need. More than 42 percent of workplace back injuries stem from ergonomic concerns and on average, workers who suffer these issues take at least a week to recuperate.

Stocking the proper items and paying attention to your employees’ needs can help you combat this. Read on to learn why standing on the job is crucial for maintaining a comfortable, healthy and productive work environment.

Are Standing Desks Worth the Investment?

We can see why businesses are hesitant to purchase standing desks for their offices; the costs are more expensive than traditional desks and seating. Standing desks can be a pricey investment, however, the health benefits workers receive from standing will save your company money over time in health and wellness initiatives, in addition to increased work productivity from higher team morale. Read More

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