To begin, ergonomics reduces office costs by reducing risk factors. Additionally, indirect costs are often twenty times the cost of an injury.
Employers benefit from ergonomics because it improves productivity.
Poor ergonomics leads to frustrated and fatigued workers who cannot perform at their best. Teaching proper posture, less exertion, how to decrease motions automatically makes a workstation more efficient. Apart from this, ergonomics also improves staff’s quality and engagement. When employees can make it through a workday without feeling discomfort or fatigue, turnover and absenteeism will decrease while morale rises.
Healthy employees are your most valuable asset.
Creating and fostering the safety & health culture at your company will lead to better human performance for your organization.