Ergonomic Executive Chair

Your productivity depends on you being present and focused at work, but you can’t perform at your peak if you’re in pain. Improve productivity with an ergonomic executive chair. The chair you sit in every day should be user-friendly and adjustable for your individual needs and even for different tasks as you stay focused and productive throughout the workday. An OSHA report found that the average employee who suffers from a work-related musculoskeletal disorder loses seven days of work per incident. Plus, severe workplace injuries caused by poor ergonomics can cost businesses much more than the investment in an ergonomic office chair.

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Ergonomic Executive Chair

In any work environment, ergonomic seating is more than a luxury — it’s a necessity. Ergonomic practices in the workplace reduce costs by making workers more focused and productive. In addition, ergonomics prevent work-related injuries and diseases. Many workers experience pain resulting from their office chair on a regular basis, which can lead to distraction, decreased productivity, health issues and sick days. In fact, lower back pain is the second most common reason people miss work. An ergonomic executive chair prevents this common discomfort in several ways: they conform to each worker’s specific shape, support the spine, and keep tissues and joints in a neutral position. High quality Task chairs are more than comfortable – they’re supporting you where it counts.

Discomfort is distracting. Instead of being engaged, you’re constantly trying to adjust your position to relieve aches and pains. Ergonomic office furniture allows you to position yourself properly and apply your energy toward your work. As a result, you’re more likely to be present and engaged every work day. Interested in creating cost-savings with an ergonomic approach toward office seating?

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