Your daily movement is critical to your body health. The level of ease that you experience when changing positions at your office workplace correlates to how often you move througout the day. Keeping your workstation, office chair, computer monitor, keyboard tray and mouse all at the appropriate heights and distances are important to good ergonomics. Knowing how to properly position your workstation can lead to better productivity in the workplace and of course, a much happier you and hopefully a much happier boss.
Author Amy Pedersen has worked in the ergonomics and office industry for a number of years and is currently co-founder of Sit On This Ergonomics, operating a number of ergonomic websites dedicated to office chairs and the practice of good workplace ergonomics.
Featuring a wide variety of executive, leather, mesh and task office chairs with an online sales catalog, their website also provides detailed ergonomic information on proper chair positioning and seating in the workplace environment.
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Article Submitted On: November 02, 2006
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