Seat Sell

Ergonomists and experts agree: ergonomically correct chairs increase productivity and decrease costs. The challenge is effectively communicating the critical benefits to other decision makers. Assuming you want to buy proper ergonomic seating for your workplace, there are two major issues to consider. First you have to convince senior management to authorize the program. Second, you have to decide which chairs to buy.

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WRITTEN BY
Terry Cassaday
Terry Cassaday is president and CEO of ergoCentric Seating Systems in Mississauga, Ont.