Increase your productivity 42% by using multiple displays positioned an arm’s length away.
Use a laptop for flexibility and portability.
69% of remote workers say call clarity has a major impact on remote meeting effectiveness.
Daylight in the work environment can reduce eyestrain, headaches and drowsiness.
Living plants have been shown to improve employee satisfaction and productivity by up to 15%.
Use headphones to connect with colleagues and improve your focus.
While natural light is best, well-designed task lights can enhance productivity and reduce overall energy costs.
When you’re working in a seated position, use a chair that supports your spinal curves and sit bones, and is adjustable.
Reduce your desktop clutter with an ergonomic keyboard and mouse.
Having a printer/scanner not only saves you trips to the local print store — it helps you reduce your screen time and preserve your eyesight.
Up to 84% of workers report having more energy and less fatigue when given the option of sitting or standing, making a sit-stand desk an ideal option.