Published at Monday, July 24th 2017, 12:52:15 PM by Chantae Bourgeois. Office
Being an IT professional myself, I would want to highlight some basic points which I feel should be a part of office furniture. Firstly, the chair must be very relaxing for the body and it must provide a very good back support and should also provide good arm rest. Last but not the least, it should have adjustable features for height and arm rests. As far as an office table is concerned, it should be easily cleanable (assuming that an IT professional has lunch on his desk to avoid the exceeding timelines for the project). It would be great if the office table is scratch proof as it doesn‘t look good when you come to the office in the morning and the first thing that bothers you is the look of your office table where you have to spend the rest of your day. I think, a good start to the day is a nice, clean and comfortable place to work. These are only the basic features that I have pointed out which everyone would like to have in their office furniture designs.
Without proper back and neck support, many workers suffer from these common body aches and pains, which can lead to long-term health problems. This is where ergonomic office furniture can greatly alleviate the risk of such health hazards by providing optimum support to the spine, neck and other joints. The word ‘ergonomic‘ is derived from the Greek words ”ergos” meaning work, and ”nomos,” meaning natural laws of, which itself explains that such type of furniture is meant to support your posture the way it was meant to be, naturally.
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