Office Chairs and User Behaviour

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Essay #: 055305
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Office Chairs and User Behaviour
The average person spends 40 hours a week at work. An increasing number of jobs require employees to sit at desks for long hours. This means that chairs are important. This is because the employees sit on chairs. Therefore, having comfortable chair aids in productivity at work.
This essay will look at the field of ergonomics. It will demonstrate that men and women sit in chairs differently. Then the
Sguig
Syncro
chair by
Keillhauer
will be examined to look at the gender based ergonomic and advertising.
To begin this essay we will look at the field of ergonomics. In Ergonomic in Computerized Offices
Étienne
Grandjean
states,
Ergonomic research in the field of sitting
posture has either been related to...
The end:
.....Synco
a chair does.
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