Ergonomics is a term that is frequently used, but has many meanings. We know it plays a fundamental role in the health and performance of people and is closely tied to an individual’s wellness. But in today’s competitive market for talent, a company’s commitment to focusing on wellness is just the first step. They must also begin to think about the general wellness of employees, and Holistic Ergonomics plays a large role in that.
Below please find 10 tips from our partner, Knoll, for creating a healthier more holistically ergonomic workspace. Making even a few small tweaks to office furnishings or work habits can make you more comfortable, reduce injury and improve performance and overall well-being.

We look forward to talking further about how our team at Sheehans can design holistically ergonomic workspaces for you, so your employees can do their best work for you.