What will help ease lower back pain from standing on hard floor at work?

Exercise. Doing stretching exercises and core strengthening exercises will help your back. Also wearing good quality supportive shoes are important as well.
Back pain. Be sure you have good well fitting orthopedically correct shoes. Try an arch support. Place a pad at the work bench if you can to soften floor surface. Watch your posture and stand tall with shoulders back. Take frequent breaks and stretch. Exercise daily.

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