An office environment, apart from being a healthy one in terms of work pressure and emotional pressure, should also be a comfortable one when it comes to the physical comfort of our bodies. Lets assume, an IT professional, these days, spends 10 hours in the office normally on weekdays (lets assume that we all have weekends off in these recession times as well).
A sedentary working culture which involves sitting for long hours at one place has its own share of disadvantages. Improper sitting posture combined with stiff office chairs and uncomfortable work desks can often lead to severe back and neck aches, which can reduce productivity and also cause health issues in the long run. Lower back pain is second only to upper respiratory infections as a leading cause of absence from work.
Having a workspace that flows freely and is free of obstacles is important to getting a job done quickly. That doesnt mean you cant have anything in your workspace, however! Many offices have several office tables scattered throughout to hold everything from supplies to completed work. These tables become central locations for all your employees, or just yourself if youre maybe working from home, where everything that is being done individually comes together as a group. How do you choose which tables are right for your office space?
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