1. Invest in standing desks
Even if you are working in a business environment, spending 7 to 8 hours sitting down isn’t healthy. Organisations should invest in standing desks. This way, employees can move between sitting and standing throughout the day, thereby reducing strain and awkward postures. Additionally, standing at work can lower blood sugar levels, especially after lunch.
2. Curved Monitors
As curved monitors allow one to view everything simultaneously, they are easier on the eyes than flat-screen monitors. As a result, less eye fatigue will occur, increasing the field view.
3. Install chairs with solid back support
An ergonomically designed desk chair should be a top priority. An ideal chair should have a wider seat on each side, lumbar support, armrests and backrests that can be adjusted, and extra padding on the seat and backrest.
4. Encourage movement breaks
It’s important to encourage team members to move regularly throughout the day to relieve their bodies of sitting. By doing so, they will be able to refresh their bodies and brains and be more productive.
5. Environmental Setting
Designing workspaces should take into account environmental factors. These include workspace lighting, background noises such as roadworks and noisy phone calls, and workplace temperature. In addition, a team-friendly office environment is necessary to ensure that it is conducive and organic for the team to work.
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The information contained in this blog is general in nature. Therefore, if you are unsure how this applies to you, please contact us at VeiraMal Consulting. Our HR consultants will be happy to guide you through this.
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