55 comments

june t.
june t3 years ago

sitting straight up is more tiring than leaning back. Our office has trouble with poor desk design. Of course they got a cheap deal on the desks, now half the staff have neck back and shoulders issues. What possessed them to buy such poorly designed desks! I spend part of my weekend going from one therapist to another. RMT, physio, chiro, acupuncture. Whoever I can get into, who can help loosen up the tightness. The desk is designed in such a a way that you tend to hunch your shoulders, no matter how you adjust your chair or your desktop items. I actually have a pretty good chair. But getting tired of twisting my body to fit the desk.

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Connie O.
Connie O3 years ago

interesting article

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Amandine S.
Past Member 3 years ago

Interesting infographic. Thank you !

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Ken W.
Ken W3 years ago

Just give me the CEO's office and pay I'll be just fine ............

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Laura R.
Laura R3 years ago

thanks, very informative. I'm overworked right now with my studies, and I'm finding it really hard to take breaks, because it's so much... I could definetly apply some of this to my work

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Ellen S.
Ellen Slack3 years ago

Ah, if the powers that be of my workplace would only get over their pathological dislike of plants!!!

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Marie W.
Marie W3 years ago

Places to nap.

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Autumn S.
Autumn S3 years ago

thanks

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Ernie Miller
william Miller3 years ago

glad I walked from that mess and into the garden of life. I spend my days helping others and enjoying nature so much happier this way.

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JackieLynn D.
Jackie I3 years ago

Good info Thank you.

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