Set aside recent events around office’s and issues and you are still left with a large degree of responsibility for employee health in the office at the best of times. To this end you have to give great consideration to how your office looks and feels for the employees so that when they come in they feel not only safe but able to do their jobs in comfort. This also includes using equipment that is designed to help them stay healthy throughout the day. Here are a few tips to achieving this.
- Get decent desks and chairs. Best buy office chairs provide next day office furniture for you to make sure that the office is kitted out in the best specs for the staff to use. Next day office furniture means that you can replace any ropey old units straight away without any delay.
- Complete occupational health assessments. Have a 6 monthly check up on posture and if anyone has any niggling aches and pains in the back or neck that could be caused by the office habitat.
- Offer desk yoga. Getting the staff to stop and stretch once a day is a good idea. Ideally they should be moving every fifty minutes if they are sat down at a desk to enable muscle and blood flow.
- Invest in a decent plant decor. There is nothing wrong with getting a bit of foliage around the office. It seems that greenery is a great way to lift mood. Just make sure you delegate a staff member to look after them and also check for allergies.