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How your open plan office is affecting your work output


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How your open plan office is affecting your work output

In years gone by, workers may have become accustomed to working in their own, small, cubicle. Yet, the modern workplace is now largely an open-plan space in which all workers are subject to the same conditions, regardless of whether the environment in which they work makes a marked difference on their output – which it inevitably does.

As a result, a TalentWorks survey recently found that a massive 85% of workers are dissatisfied with their current workspace, while 58% of high-achieving employees stated that they need more quiet spaces in which to work and 54% stated that their current workstation was far too distracting to be useful.

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