B.S. (Bachelor of Science)
Department of Management
The following report presents a discussion on some of the various elements an office manager can classify as ergonomic factors. When considering the office as a sum of its various parts, each aspect may seem relatively small and unimportant. Each, however, can have a significant effect on employees and their productivity, and, therefore, deserves consideration when designing an office to fit the needs of office employees.
Durnberger, Nancy, "Ergonomics and productivity : a study of an office employee's relationship with his or her physical surroundings" (1985). Honors Capstones. 487.
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