Are open office plans the absolute worst? | The Tylt
70 percent of U.S. office spaces have an open office plan (with no or low partitions between employees). Open office plans are supposed to symbolize transparency, flatten the hierarchy (windows for everyone!) and promote communication and camaraderie. But some say open offices are just about cutting costs while keeping a watchful eye on workers, many of whom bemoan the loss of privacy and the myriad of distractions. Are you a fan of the open office plan? 👔
Are open office plans the absolute worst?
noise cancelling headphones. a must-have for the 21st Century Hell that is an open-office floor plan— michael raumer (@mindpivot) January 13, 2017