Ergonomics Study Reveals Complex Requirements for Modern Working Styles
SEPTEMBER 15, 2016
Ergonomics, or the process of designing an office based on the personal needs of employees, has long been viewed by scientists as the solution to consistent work output for modern businesses. Several studies have linked the practice to increased productivity, reduced work-related injuries and high job contentment. Ergonomics first surfaced in the 1940s through the Ergonomics Research Society (ERS), which later became the Ergonomics Society (ES) in 1977.