X Installs Ergonomic Furniture to Offset Health Impact of Computer Work

Sunday, May 15, 2011 General News J E 4
Advertisement management realizing the potential ill effect of too much time at the computer has equipped each writer with ergonomic furniture. Our staff’s health is vital to their productivity. Our customers will benefit from their enhanced energy in every order. Sitting in front of a computer is a well-documented source of health troubles. Everything from weight gain to back troubles carpal tunnel syndrome eyestrain and osteoporosis can result from this type of activity. Knowing this is investing in cubicle furnishings that do more than sit there. Chairs that adjust in multiple ways or place the writer in a kneeling position are in the mix. We even have brought in huge exercise balls as an option for seating. New desks give more legroom for movement. writers may even use a standing desk option. We also have tried to orient desks to allow writers to change visual focus regularly. None of these can replace regular aerobic exercise in maintaining health but they make the time spent in front of the monitor less unhealthy. We continue to monitor the research on workplace ergonomics to bring in the best and newest products on behalf of writers. You can learn about our previous initiatives for employee health by visiting our website at We display our services and prices there as well our policies and guarantees and writing services. About Us: has spent effort on employee health ever since we acquired enough of a staff to deserve a name. This emphasis and care for our writers is a reflection of the care that we take of our clients. All topics and all formats receive our personal attention and care.


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