Did you know that the average American office worker spends about 2,200 hours per year sitting in a chair at a desk or workstation? Statistics like this only boost the already-large amount of evidence that links office chair choices to overall office productivity.
Yet, in many cases, office chairs are still purchased without much thought and often by comparing costs alone. When buyers do pause before acting, they tend to focus mostly on ergonomics. And while important, ergonomics is not the only factor you should consider.
OFUSA's article on The Top 10 Things to Consider Before Buying an Office Chair can be a guide for business owners, managers, office planners and procurement specialists to make smart buying decisions. And those decisions will have a huge impact on employee satisfaction, productivity, and even profits.