Adding a phone booth to your office decreases noise and stress, while increasing productivity and morale. Your employees are your most important asset, and 50% of employees have a dissatisfaction with the sound levels. Help your employees be happier and more productive.
Neither open nor closed offices work. Consequently, distraction and agility are at the top of what employees consider when applying to or quitting their job. If you don’t offer employees options to escape distraction and be productive, you won’t hire or retain top talent.
Employees are your most valuable asset. Designing a workplace that reinforces happiness, health and productivity is more important than ever. Here are seven reasons why your company needs an office meeting pod right now.
Office phone booths and office pods are an oasis in the open office where employees can escape noise, focus and take phone calls in privacy.How much do office phone booths cost? How do you know the level of quality? These are the questions we will answer.
Investing in office privacy pods means investing in better customer service, higher quality work, stronger culture and morale, and the longevity of your business. Here's how.
The open office plan was pitched as the end-all design solution: it fosters collaboration, promotes a team mentality, and improves employee morale WHILE saving money by avoiding permanent construction. Of course companies bought into this idea because it saved money, but the "benefits" came with side effects.
It is currently accepted that noise is one of the most important annoyance factors in open-space offices. The majority of the 237 respondents consider that the ambient noise level in their environment is high and that intelligible conversations between their colleagues represent the main source of noise annoyance.
This study addressed the issue of which office work tasks are more or less susceptible to disruption by the mere presence of irrelevant speech. The main findings are that the information search task and the two memory based tasks were affected by irrelevant speech, but the math task and the two fluency tasks were not.
Noise and distractions present big challenges in the workplace, especially in an era of open plan layouts and telecommuting. As privacy dwindles, people have fewer places to escape the sounds of their coworkers’ chatter, sneezes, or phone calls.