Does Your Current Office Have a Quiet Space Where You Can Make Phone Calls?

Written by Fred on . Posted in Concentrate in noisy office, Open office noise and stress, Open office noise etiquette

What goes around comes around. From fashion to food trends to office design, much of what is new today is really just a modified version of what was common in the past. Did you know, for instance, that after decades of office redesigning their office space into open concept areas, there is now a need for quiet work spaces? In fact, there are many offices that are in the process of installing soundproof booths, much resembling the old phone booths of the past.
These soundproof booth spaces are in direct response to workers who need to have quiet locations for phone calls with current and potential clients. And while there was a time when many workers had their own private offices, today’s workplace environments are no longer designed that way. With collaborative work spaces being the latest trend, there are many companies that now provide employee lockers to hold personal items and common office equipment stations as the majority of workers are not even assigned a specific office sp

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