Privacy Please!

What do employees really want out of their workspace? Many employers struggle with this question considering it’s usually the first question our clients ask. Several factors play a role in a person’s satisfaction of their workspace, with a focus on their job duties and personality. Today we are going to focus on privacy and show you different levels of private spaces you can create.

The required level of privacy needed to stay on task may vary from person to person or task to task, but some degree of privacy is needed to stay focused. According to the New York Times a typical office worker gets only 11 minutes between each interruption, and it takes an average of 25 minutes to return to the original task after an interruption.  With that stat alone, you can see why the need for privacy, focus areas are critical for any workspace.                            

Flip through the slideshow to see different privacy options. 

Ultimately, giving employees the freedom to work where they are most comfortable will reward you with happier, more productive employees. Let us know how we can help you provide the privacy your team needs to work their best.

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