Once upon a time, an office was made up of enclosed spaces and cubicles. These design elements made it easy to focus. But the way we work is changing, and so are the offices we occupy. With the rise of open floor plans, which are designed to encourage collaboration but often lack space to take meetings or private phone calls, the modern workplace can be rather disruptive. As a result, many employees are turning to remote work to avoid distractions. It’s up to HR to design spaces that cater to different types of work styles and to promote flexible policies that empower employees to do their best work, no matter where they are.
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