1. Invest in Comfortable Workstations
Think back to March 2020 when teams abruptly abandoned the boardrooms and turned to taking Zoom meetings from their living rooms. Employees worked on any surface they had available to them at home from kitchen tables to coffee tables and even bedroom dressers, ultimately risking ergonomic injuries.
After realizing that “unprecedented times” would last longer than the predicted two weeks of remote work, many employees invested in proper office desks and workstations to reduce the ergonomic risk factors associated with the use of improper equipment, and to find peace in their workdays.
Most workers adapted and found comfort in their at-home workstations and, for the most part, may return to the office reluctantly. Employers are now faced with the seemingly daunting task of providing comfortable and safe workstations in the office.
To ease the transition of employees back into the workplace, employers should be investing in comfortable, ergonomic and appealing workstations. Plus, a beautiful and comfortable office space boosts employee productivity and job satisfaction.
At Open Mind Interiors, we can assist you in designing such a space. We sell high quality desks and office workstations. But, what is a desk without a computer chair?