The Future of Open Floor Plans: Achieving Flexibility Without Employee Backlash

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Cubicles and closed-off spaces in workplaces are outdated. Today, many businesses prefer open floor plans over private work zones. While open spaces are great for collaboration, they also have some drawbacks.

How can you enhance the flexibility of open floor plans, boost employee well-being, and mitigate the drawbacks? Here are some ideas to consider.

The Downsides of Purely Open Layouts

Noise, distractions, lack of privacy, and low personalization are the common disadvantages of having an open office space. The noise level will rise when several teams and multiple employees are on the same floor. Since no doors exist

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