Workplace Ergonomics: How to Improve Your Posture at Work

Keep your computer monitor at eye level so your head doesn't tilt.
Pull your shoulders back and keep your back flat against the chair.
Rest your feet flat on the ground—no crossing ankles or legs.
Use a lumbar support tool to help keep your upper back straight and prevent slouching.

To prevent chronic neck and back pain and other health issues associated with desk work, it’s important to practice better work ergonomics. The term ergonomics generally refers to the practice of fitting your job to your body. This means tailoring not only your desk and computer equipment to your body, but your entire range of working habits as well.