Office Ergo

Our stories: An avalanche of sit/stand requests

An office worker, who we’ll call Janet, submitted a doctor’s note to her employer, suggesting that a sit/stand workstation was “required”. The employer, concerned about setting a precedent, requested an ergonomics assessment for the employee. Sound familiar? The first step in our office assessment process is a pre-assessment survey. Janet’s pre-assessment survey reported a very […]
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Corporate culture, employee engagement, wellness, and ergonomics

I’ve been hearing a lot about corporate culture, employee engagement, and wellness lately. And I wonder why ergonomics isn’t included in that buzz. Corporate culture refers to the basic assumptions that workers acquire over time about how their employer deals with internal and external problems. It affects how people interact, what resistance they face during […]
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