armchair. Wednesday , October 25th , 2017 - 00:57:44 AM
Over the years I've employed numerous salon managers, salon coordinators, accountants, bookkeepers, lawyers and consultants to help me negotiate the constant flow of rules and regulations that go with running your own salon. The downside to all this was the copious and never-ending amount of paperwork and the constant need to stay abreast of ever-changing hairdressing award, government regulations, staff requirements, occupational safety and health laws, the health act and so on, and so on! Often, it felt totally consuming, leaving little time for other equally important things... like cutting hair, marketing and growing the business, or simply being able to walk away from your business having guilt-free time off!
On your ergonomic office chair, it is important to remember that you need to use it properly to reap the benefits. If it is adjustable, adjust it to where it is able to support your lower and mid back. A head-rest may be there to help you support your head and keep you from assuming a forward head carriage position. If there are armrests, use them. If your shoulders are rolling forward, learn to bring them close to the backrest of your chair.
Measuring to the back-rest upholstery may result in an incorrect measurement. Most back-upholstery is stretched and hung between two, free-standing, swinging supports (like a hammock), so measuring from the center of the seat to the center of the back-upholstery will result in a longer and incorrect dimension, as well. Some wheelchairs have add-on backs. Many of these mount forward of the back-uprights thus making unusable any seat surface located behind the add-on back.
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