People spend a lot of time sitting at work. Doesn’t it make sense that your office chair should provide the personalized comfort and support you need, so you can get down to business?
Discover the basics of ergonomic seating and why your chair matters for both well-being and performance. Learn about the science of sitting and how a variety of ergonomic features can provide comfort and support for every body—no matter who you are or where you work.
You spend a lot of time sitting at work. Doesn’t it make sense that your office chair should provide you with the personalized comfort and support you need, so you can get down to business?
With over three decades of knowledge and research, we understand sitting and how to support people at work. Our commitment to your comfort and the science of sitting is grounded in our history of strong global design, engineering, and manufacturing—and our ergonomic expertise. Since 2004, we’ve partnered with the Human Performance Institute at Western Michigan University to generate more than 5.5 billion pressure mapping data points. We use this scientific data to design and engineer chairs that deliver comfort and ergonomic support for as many people as possible.
Haworth seating is science-based design for your body—to support you, no matter who you are or where you work.
Learn more in our ergonomic seating guide.
Ergonomics is a complex science, but it’s really all about people. When your body is physically supported in the right way at work, it provides benefits for your overall well-being—positively impacting everything from physical health and well-being to work performance, engagement, and job satisfaction.
We spend over half our waking hours working—often sitting down. Using an ergonomic office chair has been proven to decrease the risk of injuries in the neck, shoulders, arms, back, and legs. Good ergonomic seating also promotes focus and productivity by minimizing distractions and stress from being uncomfortable.
With over three decades of sitting knowledge and ergonomics research, we understand how to support people at work. We use more than 5.5 billion pressure mapping data points gathered through a scientific partnership to design and engineer office chairs that deliver comfort and ergonomic support for as many people as possible.
Our chairs are designed to provide you with the ergonomic comfort and options you need to focus and get into the flow for peak performance. Through global design and development partnerships, our office chairs accommodate a range of budgets and body sizes around the world.
Meet the first dual posture chair created for height-adjustable tables. Zody II delivers unmatched ergonomic comfort, sustainability, and design choice.
The fully upholstered back and organic curves of Zody LX combine luxe design choices and sustainability with our new dual posture feature to offer outstanding ergonomic comfort for more people and the ways they work.
Zody’s patented Pelvic and Asymmetrical Lumbar system lets you fine-tune lower-back support for personalized comfort and support.
With its unique Wave Suspension system and edgeless design, Fern intuitively moves with you to keep you comfortable all day.
Appealingly modern and sustainable, Very offers intuitive lumbar support and patented asymmetrical controls for a variety of people and workstyles.
With more ergonomic options than most chairs in its class, Soji brings you effortless comfort without having to sacrifice design.
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Ergonomics is a complex science, but it’s really all about people. When your body is physically supported in the right way at work, it provides benefits for your overall well-being—positively impacting everything from physical health and work performance to happiness, engagement, and job satisfaction. That’s why we’ve put over 30 years of ergonomic research and expertise into the design and engineering of our task chairs.
Learn more in our ergonomic seating guide.