In Focus: Unintended Consequences of the Open-Office Model

There is little doubt that open-space workplaces are not only here to stay, but will earn new corporate recruits in the years ahead. According to the International Facility Management Association, about 70 percent of U.S. offices have moved to this model. The benefits are many: more efficient use of space, less vacancy, easier collaboration with colleagues, access to natural light for more people, and an aesthetic that sought-after millennial talent has embraced — and cost savings, of course.

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Source: Publication: Area Development