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14 Mar How Attitude Changes in the Workplace Changed the Open Office

According to Forbes, 30 million Americans work from home at least one day of each week and one in three will be hired to work online from anywhere they want. This swift switch from the traditional “AIS” mentality (you can Urban Dictionary that acronym if you don’t know it) of old is starting to shape how companies design their office spaces. This increased autonomy, made possible mostly by technology and digital communication tools, is translating to employees having more control over where and how they work when they’re actually in the office. For those designing office solutions, the importance of flexibility can’t be ignored. Employees now require, if not demand, control of their surroundings.
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