The workplace has been recognized as an important setting to promote physical activity among adults and more recently a key setting to introduce strategies to reduce sitting time to improve health. Accordingly, recent evidence suggests that by introducing sit-to-stand workstations, periods of extended sitting can be reduced. These workstations have been reported to have a high level of acceptability and have been associated with improvement in employee’s mood and muscular skeletal disorders. This has prompted a call for ‘real world’ research that focuses on implementation issues related to optimizing both employers’ and employees’ uptake of this equipment. This webinar will present the findings of a Western Australian study that explored sitting and standing time in the workplace after the installation of adjustable workstations.