Considering how much time you spend at work, it makes sense that the physical environment of your office matters quite a bit when it comes to job sat
Considering how much time you spend at work, it makes sense that the physical environment of your office matters quite a bit when it comes to job satisfaction. Olivet Nazarene University in Illinois recently surveyed more than 2,000 office workers asking them their thoughts on productivity related to workplace design and came up with some interesting findings.
It turns out that people who work in cubicles are least happy and productive, whereas 90 percent of people who have a private office are satisfied with it and feel like they get the most done there. In fact, noise distraction and lack of privacy are what people dislike the most about their work setup. And while more than half of people wear headphones at work, 7 percent don’t have anything playing in them. Oh, and the next time you’re collaborating with someone who’s working remotely, keep in mind that one in three people admit to having worked naked or in their underwear.
Check out the rest of the survey’s findings:
Published on: Jan 13, 2020
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