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Stand and deliver

Sit-stand desks have surged in popularity in office spaces in recent years – but are they making the difference they should? And are they even being used properly says Guy Osmond, Managing Director of Osmond Ergonomics Office workers are a ...

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Shape shifting

Paul Edward, Managing Director of British office furniture designer and manufacturer Staverton explains why choosing flexible and mobile furniture can help employees to shape the environment to suit their needs The pandemic, and our subsequent return to the office has ...

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Ergonomic matters

Workstation assessments have been neglected and the effect on staff health and wellbeing is becoming a problem says Guy Osmond, Managing Director of Osmond Ergonomics When the world was turned upside-down by COVID, many things fell by the wayside –Digital ...

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Agile solutions

Darren Hilliker, Architecture & Design Manager at CMD Ltd, discusses the risks of poor ergonomics in hot desking and agile working environments and suggests some solutions With both the Government and many employers keen to get people back into the ...

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Home advantage

While workers are beginning to go back to the office, a significant number of knowledge workers are still primarily home based. A trend paper from DURABLE, ‘Working in small spaces’ provides some practical solutions When FMJ covered research by Durable ...

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