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Open Office vs. Cubicles



Being successful in business largely revolves around increasing productivity. If you want your company to succeed, you need your employees to succeed in doing their jobs. It then goes to follow that happy employees make for happy end of the year reports. This basic line of reasoning has inspired a huge wave of studies and experimentation regarding what kinds of environments make for happy and successful workers. There are many ways to improve your employees’ work lives - better benefits, ergonomic furniture, greater perks and incentives, etc. Studies have shown, though, that just simply the physical environment in which people work has a huge impact on their productivity.

This makes perfect sense, once you think about it. The more comfortable a person is with their surroundings, the better they will be able to perform the task at hand, and their brain is likely to work more creatively and innovatively. So, the question then arises: What type of office space is most conducive to happy and productive employees? Since the 1960’s, closed offices and cubicle settings have been the norm. However, in recent years, we have seen a huge surge of open office layouts - modern designs intended to foster collaboration and productivity. Just how well do these layouts work, though? When it comes to the deliberation between cubicle vs. open office, there are a few factors to consider.

 

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