For a long time open space offices have been considered as the ideal solution to bring employees together in a single space to stimulate collaboration, connect people and generate new ideas. However, as communication accelerates and transparency fosters trust, employees in open spaces are desperately looking for ways to control their privacy.
The main distractions in the workspace are not only visual, but acoustic too. More than ever, employees want acoustic and visual comfort at work...
So, the open space, yes, but well arranged. That's when we come in!
Up to 60% of employees are dissatisfied with their acoustic privacy at work.
Stress and distraction are 30% higher in an office that does not have good acoustics.
This is the time that the average office worker loses every day due to distractions. Noise is one of the main sources of this distraction.