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  • #16
    Ok... i work in an open plan office too. But they really aren't as bad as everyone thinks, it's only change that people hate. I like having other people so close to talk to, it makes things more friendly. I don't see a change in productivity, as everyone is on their headphones anyway.

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    • #17
      http://www.forbes.com/sites/davidbur.../#26c417616d03

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      • #18
        Meh. Feel like you can provide any link that says something about open offices being good or bad. Doesn't really matter, if you work in one, get used it.

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        • #19
          But other people might not like people so close talking at them. Or over them at someone else 3 chairs over.
          Doesn't really matter. I have a door. Even closed, it doesn't keep people out.

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          • #20
            I went for an interview once in a place that had an open office type studio. I said to the guy showing me around "You really like to keep an eye on your people don't you" and his grin froze. "Would that really bother you?" he asked. I made it clear to him that I was interviewing him too and he really didn't like that. I didn't get the job - unfortunately because I would have enjoyed writing a letter explaining why I was turning it down.
            Time flies like an arrow - fruit flies like a banana

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