5 ways to survive an open office setup
from Thrive Global
Hint CEO Kara Goldin writes, "When I started working in New York during the 1990s, the office setup looked like this: cubicles for most people, offices for senior employees, and a corner office with a view for upper management. By the time I transitioned to startups in Silicon Valley, the cube walls had come down. Bosses sat at open desks with their employees. Today, 70% of offices now structure their space this way. And like any trend, open plans have their fans and their haters. Advocates say they create an egalitarian environment. But research has found that employees who work in open offices take significantly more sick days and report higher levels of stress and lower levels of productivity."
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