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Fellowes Office Suites Make Your Office More Comfortable

With Fellowes office suites, your can create more efficient desks and work spaces for you and your workforce. Monitor risers place computer monitors and at an ergonomic height and angle, keeping your employees comfortable throughout the work day and reducing the risk of muscle and joint strain that can result from incorrect typing posture. This collection also includes letter trays, copy holders and file organizers, allowing you to provide employees with tools to make their jobs easier, leading to increased productivity and time efficiency.

Ergonomic Accessories Optimize Every Desk or Table

Placing monitor risers on desks or tables elevates office computer screens to perfect viewing height, meaning your employees can focus on work without the neck and shoulder strain that comes from hunching over a screen that's too low. For mobile or shared workplaces, laptop risers create a better angle for viewing and typing, so users accomplish more without worrying about wrist injuries. For full-body comfort, put angled foot rests under cubicle desks and create a better angle when sitting in a desk chair for prolonged periods.

Desktop Organizers make Clerical Work Easier

Whether you need budget reports or medical transcription, work goes smoother and easier when your employees are organized. With desktop file trays and sorters, this collection of Fellowes office suites makes it easy to provide affordable organization tools to all your workers. Copy holders make it simple to reference an existing report while typing up a new one, preventing the mess and annoyance of having pages strewn all over a desk. A tabletop pencil holder ensures there's never any time wasted searching for a writing utensil.