Do you sit for too long when working from home? Compare your homeworking habits with these revealing survey results from Posturite. Active working works!
This Posturite infographic about shoulders and shoulder pain shows you how good positioning and ergonomic equipment helps prevent shoulder pain at work. If you’re already suffering shoulder pain, there are tips too for working equipment to reduce your discomfort.
Check out the results from a fascinating new survey of hundreds of UK homeworkers and get an insight into people’s working from home habits. How many people have enough space to work from home comfortably? Explore the findings…
This new infographic gives great tips for adjusting our technology, heating and lighting for energy-efficient home working, but also reminds us to keep moving to help keep warm and to fuel our bodies with nutritious food. Get the tips!
Is working from home causing you back pain or discomfort? There are many common traps people fall into at home that can increase the risk of back pain. Download our homeworker's guide to back care infographic now.
Good posture means working to our body’s balance and strengths. This new infographic explores what posture is, how taking care of our posture can help us to avoid pain, and how we can feel more confident, happier and more active if we avoid slouching.
To avoid the discomfort, pain and loss of productivity caused by work-related upper limb disorders, it's important to take care of our arms, hands and shoulders at work. Our infographic explores some of the main problems and solutions to try.
Take a look at the results of our homeworking survey: which rooms are most popular now for working from home and how can you make them comfortable? This new infographic is packed with homeworking stats and wellbeing tips for you.
Your back will be eternally grateful if you choose the chair you use for work carefully. Here’s an infographic guide to key ergonomic features to look out for in a high quality office chair.
Businesses wanting to transform productivity and efficiency in a business are taking an ergonomic approach. But what does ‘ergonomics’ mean and how does it benefit our lives and our work?