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Open plan office noise is stifling productivity??
Tarun Sharma
Asked 2 years ago
A staggering 70 percent of employees report open plan office noise is creating distractions and affecting productivity. Something must be done.
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Dalip Negi
Answered 2 years ago
Now a days we have more & more corporates moving from closed to open office culture & plans... which is good.. PPL are approachable, get to know each other - engagement is better, positiveness around... but at the same time..the noise can be a distractor many a time... nogt advisable for corporates into BPO"s, KPO"s or telecalling profiles..as it creates disturbances & hence effects productivity.
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Devendra Singh
Answered 2 years ago
Open offices are cost effective, mainly by maximizing floor space and lessening furniture overhead. A better sense of community is achieved with open offices, along with fostering cooperation, collaboration, innovation and creativity. Barriers between managers and their suhttps://www.gacs.world/#!bordinates are torn down with open offices, making management more approachable and accessible. Employees feel more like a part of a team, an enterprise that is, while more casual, innovative and dynamic. However, not everyone is sold on open offices. Privacy is lost on a table shared by many. People working on sensitive information would seek the privacy of conference rooms or smaller, private work areas (if any) to ensure security of data.
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Tarun Sharma
Answered 2 years ago
thnx to all
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