Office Products Guide
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Most office workers spend the greatest percentage of their day sitting at a desk in front of a computer, so it is very important to look for ergonomically designed products that can ease the stress and strain on wrists, backs, and legs. Ergonomically designed keyboards are designed to keep the wrists in a more natural position and reduce the incidence of repetitive stress injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome. Padded wrist rests and mouse pads also help keep the wrists in proper alignment. Ergonomic chairs are designed to significantly reduce stress on the back. They should be adjustable with wheels for easy maneuvering and may or may not have armrests. Elevated footrests can be used to reduce stress to the legs while working at a desk. Where space permits, L-shaped desks not only create extra workspace, but allow the worker to comfortably swivel back and forth between the keyboard and pen and paper.
The proper organization of materials and equipment can also help the worker avoid unnecessary strain and prevent wasted time. Desk organizers help organize papers into manageable categories such as "inbox" and "outbox". Shelving units can be used to organize reference material, and drawer units can be used for alphabetically filing paperwork. Electrical cords and cables should be routed behind desks and equipment when possible, to keep them out of the way and eliminate inconvenience and hazards in the workplace. Organizing an office efficiently can save time and money, and most office products can be found at a local office supply store or ordered online.
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