With office workers spending more time at their desk than anywhere else in the workplace, it's important that the chair is well suited to the user and the work they perform. An effective office chair enhances posture, relieves spinal pressure, reduces back pain and eases neck pain.
The most important factors to look out for when choosing your chair are:
Whilst choosing the right chair is important, the way you use it is just as crucial. Here is an ergonomic guide to help you set up your working environment for the optimal work day.
When choosing your chairs you should remember that one type of chair mechanism is not better than another. Rather, they’re suited to different people, work styles and ways of working. Your seat doesn’t need to have all the adjustment controls to be a good ergonomic choice. A chair should be chosen based on the ability for a user to interact comfortably with their working environment.