Flexible workspace design and ergonomics training: impacts on the psychosocial work environment, musculoskeletal health, and work effectiveness among knowledge workers.

@article{Robertson2008FlexibleWD,
  title={Flexible workspace design and ergonomics training: impacts on the psychosocial work environment, musculoskeletal health, and work effectiveness among knowledge workers.},
  author={Michelle M. Robertson and Yueng-hsiang Huang and Michael J. O'neill and Lawrence M. Schleifer},
  journal={Applied ergonomics},
  year={2008},
  volume={39 4},
  pages={
          482-94
        }
}
A macroergonomics intervention consisting of flexible workspace design and ergonomics training was conducted to examine the effects on psychosocial work environment, musculoskeletal health, and work effectiveness in a computer-based office setting. Knowledge workers were assigned to one of four conditions: flexible workspace (n=121), ergonomics training (n=92), flexible workspace+ergonomics training (n=31), and a no-intervention control (n=45). Outcome measures were collected 2 months prior to… CONTINUE READING
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