The Definitive Workspace: The Modernization Of The Private Office
The way employees work is evolving, and the traditional office space just doesn’t cut it anymore. In fact, employee engagement experts at Dynamic Signal aggregated worldwide productivity reports in the workplace and found that 57% of stressed employees felt less productive and indifferent.
For a long time, employers have relied on the efficacy of the traditional office setting to cultivate their business. But equally important in improving the company are the employees, and private offices should be open to changes.
Understanding The Private Office
As a result, coworking spaces became a popular alternative to exclusive offices, presenting figures that show the effectiveness of this platform (more than 70% of coworkers were more productive and engaged in their work). Given this data, private offices should be a thing of the past, but they’re still here because of radical changes, and now it looks like they’re here to stay.