Let Employees Choose Where & How They Work

The Harvard Business Review examines the pros and cons of cubicles, open offices, and working remotely.

September 11, 2014
Open Office Space

In the 1980s, an HBR study found that 85 percent of U.S. employees said they needed places to concentrate without distractions. As the study results spread through the country, high-walled cubicles became the norm. But by the late 1990s, preferences changed: only 23 percent wanted more privacy, while 50 percent said they needed more access to other people and 40 percent saying they wanted more interaction.
So what exactly would the perfect environment look like? Find the full report at The Harvard Business Review.

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