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Over 50% Of Workers Hate Open Office Plans [Headlines]

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Noise levels have increased as walls have come down, prompting many to complain of 'speech privacy.'

Allie Walker
  • 23 may 2012

In a decade long study of 65,000 respondents, researchers from the University of California found that more than 50% of office workers are dissatisfied with their level of ‘speech privacy,’ as open office plans have taken down walls and increased noise levels. NY Times

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