New Trend in Offices?

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  1. thelettgroup

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    Have you heard that newest style of office is the No Office? No cubicles, no doors. Instead employees will have lockers for their things and they will grab a chair at a table or desk – like a library and share space with their fellow employees.
     
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    Sounds like Google's office. It could be a great idea - since employees have the freedom to work on their most comfortable area.
     
  3. Mark Robinson

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    Offices have clearly changed over the last 50 year.But even in the last 10 years we have seen a major evolution for office spaces as companies migrate toward a more open and communicative workspace.
     
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    i think through this employee get more comfort zone and able to work freely
     
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    Super cool design for offices which ensure employees more active. There many new trends to make the office design: Bringing Nature Indoors, change the office colour, design the lounge areas.
     
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    Cool idea, it may help the employees to work without any stress so that they can concentrate on their work more.
     
  7. Kimberly Stannis

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    Personally I haven't heard of it, but tech companies are always trying new trends to increase productivity. I once did work for some major pharma companies, and they had "rest and relaxation" rooms on every floor of their offices. It had a bed, music and other relaxing stuff in it. The bed was like a physcologists bed though, but still, pretty comfortable. They had other neat things too, but they also still had cubicles :)
     

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