By monique scanlon | Categories: Money
Dec 14, 2015, 10:38 pm
Look at this story from the Washington Post in December that describes why open office environments reduce productivity even though people seem happier.
A year ago, my boss announced that our large New York ad agency would be moving to an open office. After nine years as a senior writer, I was forced to trade in my private office for a seat at a long, shared table. It felt like my boss had ripped off my clothes and left me standing in my skivvies.
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