X Equips Writers with Ergonomic Chairs, Desks, for Their Health

Sunday, May 15, 2011 General News J E 4
Advertisement cubicles are getting an ergonomic upgrade. To offset the undisputed health issues that result from constant computer work we are getting body-friendly furniture. We hope that this will help our writers maintain productivity under the pressure of client projects. No one doubts that sitting at a computer is less than ideal as an unending activity. Backs knees wrists and eyes all complain vociferously. This can detract from our writers’ ability to keep pace with the demands of high season. To offset some of the strain is allowing our writers to select ergonomically designed furnishings for their workspace. The office is covered with catalogues and our writers are doing what they do best. They are researching what design features are most effective at reducing the impact of hours of computer work. When they make their selections we might see a variety of unusual options installed. At least one writer liked the large exercise ball that is meant to help with back health. Another is contemplating a stand-up desk. All these furnishing possibilities are intended to keep our writers feeling well. Writers who feel well have more energy to devote to customer projects. We have made a number of innovative changes to our writers’ work environment over the years and you can read about them at About Us: Unlike a company that makes widgets’s writers are our only productive asset. We value these writers and editors for their expertise educational depth and passion for learning. Their variety of backgrounds allows them to handle the amazing mix of topics and assignment types that clients bring us. Our writers’ goal is the academic success of our customers.


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