Why is Ergonomic Furniture Important?
Furniture that is not ergonomic is likely to lead to an increase in issues with spinal alignment, neck pain and back problems.
The whole human body – including arms and legs – is more static than ever before thanks to portable technology, so it is very important that furniture is accommodating, supportive and ergonomic.
The Center for Disease Control found that 35% of people who sit for 8 hours or more a day are likely to develop some sort of musculoskeletal disorder.
Poorly designed furniture will potentially affect employee well-being and productivity.