Ergonomic Tools: Opportunities and Challenges


  • Subir Das Former Post-Graduate Student, Department of Commerce, University of Calcutta, India
  • Shilpi Pramanik Guest Faculty, Department of Commerce, T.H.K. Jain College, Kolkata, India



ergonomics, human factor engineering, physical ergonomics, cognitive ergonomics, organizational ergonomics, work culture


Nowadays working in an office is full of stress and work pressure may lead to a serious health hazard. So, to resolve this problem ergonomics took a great footstep in the working culture. Through ergonomics techniques, various products are manufactured to reduce work pressure, and increase productivity, it safeguards serious health issues and it also helps in less absenteeism. In our study, we intend to identify the, what are reasons why working professionals shifting towards ergonomic products and also to see the durability of ergonomic products. This research is descriptive and is based on primary as well as secondary data.


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How to Cite

Subir Das, & Shilpi Pramanik. (2024). Ergonomic Tools: Opportunities and Challenges. Management Journal for Advanced Research, 4(1), 114–116.