Published by Danelle Hunter at Monday, December 25th 2017 11:30:52 AM under Chair
Your body should be able to fit perfectly on the chair. The backrest should be at least a little higher than your shoulder so it also supports your shoulder when you lean back. Another thing to take into consideration is if the chair has features to control or change the height of the chair to fit the length of your leg from your knees to your feet. A chair with a roller is advantageous because it allows you to move around your desk when you need to move away to get something from behind you. Another advantage that you should consider in picking the right chair is being able to move your chair back or no t having to twist your body when you need to get something behind or beside you.
Imagine how excellent your performance can be in the office when you are comfortable and the same thing can be said about your employees and colleges as well. The less the number of people, complaining constantly about aches and back pains etc, the better it will be for you to lead the team and everyone will be able to work in peace. So use some help if you have to, but make sure that the right chairs are chosen in order to increase the work efficiency.
There are tons of chairs in the market, but there is no definite chair that suits everybody. It all depends on your size and how long you will be sitting on the it. Meshed, plastic, metal, wooden, foamed, fabric, or leather - all of these will give you different levels of comfort. Leather chairs, for example, are some of the most popular because they cushion your back and bottom evenly. They are also easy to maintain because they are waterproof. If you accidentally spill your coffee on a lether it, you can just wipe it and sit on it again without having to wait for it to dry up. The same thing goes with fabric upholstered chairs.