He only interacts with his computer through eyes, his office chair and his office table through his body and his desk phone through his ears. With most of the IT companies using LCD screens for their employees, the quality of office chairs and tables remain the major concern for them. Have we ever thought if the office furniture, that we use daily and on which we spend around 10 hours of our day, is really the right one for us?
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.
The concept of using tables for employee started during late in the 18th century when paper work and photography increased at the times of war. Earlier, typewriters were used and a lot of paper work was made using the typewriter so an elevated table large enough to accommodate the typewriter and its paper work were built. The very first office desks used were made of steel since steel has high durable strength and can carry heavy weight, being heavy and hard to move this steel table were replaced by wooden tables.
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