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DM d'Anglais : Open Space of an extract of the site The Télégraph dating from 2017

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We are going to talk about the subject Open Space of an extract of the site The Télégraph dating from 2017.

At first we go the positives of the open space

◉Nagele moved the company into a 10,000-square foot office where everyone now has their own space — complete with closing doors.                                                              

◉Numerous companies have embraced the open office — about 70% of US offices are open concept — and by most accounts, very few have moved back into traditional spaces with offices and doors

 In a second step we will see the negative odds of the open space

But research that we’re 15% less productive, we have immense trouble concentrating and we’re twice as likely to get sick in open working spaces, has contributed to a growing backlash against open offices

▶ They never get anything done and have to do more work at home.

▶What’s more certain open spaces can negatively impact our memory.

▶ To conclude my opinion on open space I would say that open space is negative for employees because they are in permanent contact with their supervisor, also present in the open space
This can sometimes lead to the feeling of being constantly monitored, which can lead to additional stress. On the other hand, open spaces are often noisy places. Between conversations, phone calls and the noise generated by computer keyboards, the cacophony can quickly set in, resulting in more fatigue over time.

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