Choosing the right workstation manufacturer to provide you with this important piece of workspace equipment is just as important as the furniture itself.Read More
America has a problem, and it may surprise you what it is and just how serious it is.
It’s sitting, and no matter how benign it may seem, sitting poses a significant risk to your workforce and bottom line.Read More
When it’s time for an upgrade of your mobile workstation furniture, you are faced with what can feel like an overwhelming host of choices.Read More
Sitting at an assembly workstation for an entire shift can feel unnatural to the body. However, for many workers in the manufacturing industry, sitting or standing in one place is often part of the job.Read More
Often misunderstood, ergonomics is an important concept in warehouses that prevents injuries and promotes the well being of workers.Read More
Industrial workstations must be able to withstand harsh environments. The material you choose for your workstation top can have long-lasting ramifications if it cannot withstand its environment.Read More
According to a Knoll Research Paper, Booming Biotech: Characteristics and Priorities of the Modern Biotech Workplace, the biotechnology industry has experienced accelerated growth in recent years because of “large pharmaceutical companies looking for their next blockbuster drug coupled with an aging population facing a long list of chronic diseases.”Read More
As the American workplace, has shifted from farm and factory work to less physically demanding careers where Americans spend most their days sitting, major health risks have emerged.Read More
Modular workstations are commonly used in today's office and industrial work environments. They provide flexibility and adjustability that can't be beat.
But one of the areas that businesses are forget to look at when they are setting up their workstations is reach zones. So let's take a look at what they are, why they are important and how you can incorporate accessories to make the best use of them.Read More
For almost two decades, the workplace has been transforming from the high-walled cubicle farmed landscape of the 80s and 90s to an open, collaborative space meant to attract and retain talent.Read More