Head facing forward, level or tilted slightly down.
Telephone headset if needed.
Body upright or slightly reclined back.
Shoulders and upper arms relaxed, elbows at 90 degrees.
Lumbar support for lower back.
Arm rests just below forearms with shoulders relaxed, or remove arm rests.
Thighs approximately parallel to the floor.
Eyes level within the top quarter of the monitor, maintaining straight neck — about an arm's length away.
Maintain mouse close to the keyboard.
Wrist in line with forearms, not bent up, down or to the sides. Do not rest writs on the desk surface — utilize a wrist rest if needed.
Feet on the floor, or on a foot rest if desk height is not adjustable.
This diagram displays a proper "neutral" position.
No posture will be comfortable for a long period of time. Periodically change positions, look away from the screen, stand, and take a walk.
The best position is your next position!
Dual monitor setup.
Task lighting to reduce glare on screen.
Feet on floor, or on a foot rest if desk height is not adjustable..