Published at Monday, July 24th 2017, 01:16:27 AM by Darchelle Lecomte. Office
So the questions still remain...does your company even care about it? Do you generally feel aches in your lower back when you leave the office at night (recession time)? Do you, in case of this rare possibility, get a good night sleep on your office chair in case you have to stay in the office and work all night and take a small nap in between code builds? Does your office desk look clean and nice to spread your things once again when all the stuff on your desk has been arranged by the office staff/boys who work at night to clean your mess up? In the morning, do you have a positive feeling of getting to your desk and start working again with a good fresh mood? If you have never thought about these questions, this is the right time because you will never know when it is too late to react.
Back and neck pain can be a major source of discomfort in the workplace. Hunching over an office table, every day for a long period of time and working in the same position is a major health hazard. Recent studies have shown that employers pay between - 15 to 18 billion dollars in workers‘ compensation alone, every year. University Health Services - California, admits that eighty percent of adults are likely experience some type of lower back pain in their lifetime.
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