Some people’s dream jobs include having a big office high up in the skyscraper where you can have a bird’s eye view of the city down. A cherry on top would be having either a nice view of the sunrise or sunset, if not both. However, most of these dreamers end up consoling themselves with the old adage; ‘if wishes were horses, then “women” could fly.’
Truth be told, most companies are adopting a minimalistic approach to anything and everything that bumps up overhead. Office space is one of those things, and frankly, most employers prefer open office setup because it is cost-effective.
The staff can easily share office equipment and the set up inherently reduces some ‘infrastructural’ costs like internet connection outlays among other things. It is, therefore, safe to say, that open office setup is here to stay. At least for the companies big on reducing overhead costs.
Women are uncomfortable in Open Office
Personally, I work best when there are no distractions within my vicinity. An open office has a lot of distractions that could dampen your productivity. You may be seated at your desk trying Click here to read entire article