Is An Open Office Really Better Than A Closed One?
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Is your company talking about switching to an open floor plan? It’s a big change if you are used to having an closed space in which to work. You might be wondering if going with an open office is actually beneficial, or if it’s just a bunch of fluff. This image digs deep into the pros and cons of having an open floor plan in an office. After reading it over, you’ll have an immense understanding of whether or not it’s right for you, and you might even be able to convince the powers at your company to go one way or the other.

Already in an open office? Check out some tips on open office etiquette The Most Annoying Things You Can Do In An Open Office The Most Annoying Things You Can Do In An Open Office This infographic shows you some of the most annoying things that happen in an open office. Do you do any of these, or do you have a coworker who does? Read More that should prove quite helpful.

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  1. gwalchmai munn
    November 6, 2014 at 12:40 pm

    Studies have shown that articles which refer to "studies" to support their conclusions are 87% bullshit.

  2. Dave
    November 5, 2014 at 8:22 am

    "Is An Open Office Really Better Than A Closed One?" The article never seems to answer this question. I think it depends on both the types of individuals, and the nature of their jobs. Might be good for, say, a newsroom. But, bad for, say, a room full of accountants.

  3. Heyoka
    November 4, 2014 at 3:37 pm

    Oh, OO is a nightmare for introverts.