Net Worth Commerce TV Presents a Segment on Ergonomics

The celebrity-hosted program shares an engaging segment on the benefits of ergonomics in the workplace.

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Production increases when workers have the proper support for their backs, legs and arms.

Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) December 14, 2013

Net Worth Commerce TV presents a segment on ergonomics for business. Producers share information with viewers about the importance of ergonomically correct chairs and desks for employees, and how employers can save money in lost workday injury and illness. Featured guests will explain how working in awkward body postures, and performing the same task repetitively can cause musculoskeletal disorders. These types of injuries are preventable with the right equipment, seating and desks. Experts will explain how employers can prevent these types of injuries without spending a lot of money. This informative segment is scheduled to air this spring on most cable networks.

Net Worth Commerce TV with Terry Bradshaw is a viewer favorite among the financial and business sectors, as well as with managers of all levels and entrepreneurs. It offers new and contemporary formats which keep viewers tuned in with topics ranging from new products and technologies to new software, and strategies which help businesses increase revenue, cut costs and improve overall business practices. It is a leader in informative and educational programming.

The program covers many topics in different fields such as technology, finance and business. It explores stories of interest to professionals and introduces the viewer to emerging technologies and companies paving the way with unique products and services. The show is headquartered in South Florida and films on location throughout the United States and Canada. It airs nationally and regionally on cable television networks. Learn more about Net Worth Commerce TV on Facebook, Twitter, Google+.


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