A combination of both paper and computer work: In cases where the individual requires both, an L shaped or U shaped desk setup will be the most convenient. This model is great for executive office spaces.
When speaking about comfort in the workplace, Ergonomic designs must be considered. You can help mitigate health risks such as carpal tunnel syndrome; lower back pain; muscle tension and fatigue across your team.
Desks: Your desk should provide ample space both above and below the surface. Ergonomic studies have shown that prolonged seating can cause back problems, as well as, leg disorders due to poor circulation. To counteract this a sit/stand desks such as the Float by Humanscale should be considered. The Float seamlessly adjusts between sitting and standing postures without interrupting workflow or the use of power-sapping motors.
Quality: The right office furniture should go beyond aesthetic and comfort. Choosing high-quality materials and a reputable supplier, will secure your investment and can save you thousands of dollars on furniture repairs and replacements. Here’s what to look for:
- Drawers should open to their full length and close easily while bearing weight.