Paying attention to posture at work could save companies millions in employee sick days, says neck and spine authority NeckStar.
- Ensure any screens are positioned at the correct angle and at eye level. It can help reduce pressure on the neck and spine, which can cause debilitating back pain.
- Make sure the back is straight, with hips, ears and shoulders in line vertically. This is essential to good posture and spinal health, as is taking regular breaks where possible to move around.
- Where necessary, request ergonomic furniture or accessories from your employer to keep your posture positive.