Open offices are losing some of their openness
from The Wall Street Journal
From Oct. 6:
Noisy, open-floor plans have become a staple of office life. But after years of employee complaints, companies are trying to quiet the backlash. Many studies show how open-plan office spaces can have negative effects on employees and productivity. As a result, companies are adding soundproof rooms, creating quiet zones, and rearranging floor plans to appeal to employees eager to escape disruptions at their desk.
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