A number of studies have suggested that constantly sitting at work is bad for you, it is crucial that companies and employers look seriously at change. Moreover, more standing throughout the day is benefitting not only the health but also the energy and creativity of your staff.
Long periods of sitting can cause harmful effects on health such as weight increase and neck and back pains. To help combat this, sit-stand desking has been introduced into the workplace allowing staff to alternate between sitting and standing throughout the day.
Not only do sit/stand desks help improve well-being and posture, but productivity, morale and energy levels also rise.
Recent studies have found that sit-stand desks reduce complaints of pain during the working day, which help to reduce the number of ‘sick days’ staff take during the year
With this compelling evidence is it not time to consider the sit-stand option.