The impact of sit-stand office workstations on worker discomfort and productivity: a review.

@article{Karakolis2014TheIO,
  title={The impact of sit-stand office workstations on worker discomfort and productivity: a review.},
  author={Thomas Karakolis and Jack P. Callaghan},
  journal={Applied ergonomics},
  year={2014},
  volume={45 3},
  pages={799-806}
}
This review examines the effectiveness of sit-stand workstations at reducing worker discomfort without causing a decrease in productivity. Four databases were searched for studies on sit-stand workstations, and five selection criteria were used to identify appropriate articles. Fourteen articles were identified that met at least three of the five selection criteria. Seven of the identified studies reported either local, whole body or both local and whole body subjective discomfort scores. Six… CONTINUE READING
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