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Workdays per year
Number of computer-based employees
Average hours worked per employee
Average annual compensation per employee
Average equipment cost: WorkFit, arm(s), other devices
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Individual employee productivity gain in days
Company productivity gain in days (all employees)
Company productivity gain in currency
Total cost of ergonomic equipment
Total net gain in currency per year
Payback time for ergonomic investment
A Washington State analysis of office ergonomics
showed the median productivity increase was
following an ergonomic intervention.
found employees to be
more productive when provided with ergonomic furniture that they are trained to use.
According to a Texas A&M
, call-center workers with stand-capable desks sat about 1.5 hours less per shift, resulting in measurable productivity gains that averaged
compared to their seated counterparts. Outcomes may vary widely depending on task and environment.
Using multiple monitors eliminates toggling between documents, decreasing the time it takes to complete tasks.
show an average productivity increase of
20% to 30%
when using two displays. Depending on situation, increases range between
5% and 100%
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