Office noise can be worse than it sounds. From the piercing cry of a small baby to the distant rumble of thunder over the hills, sound is notorious in its ability to provoke a range of physical, physiological and psychological responses in humans. Whilst it’s unlikely that your average office worker is going to be faced with the shrieks of a new born in the workplace, many other forms of noise are ever present in the modern day office and the problems associated with noise should not be ignored or underestimated.
Today we launch a new white paper called ‘Sound Advice’. In this paper Jessica Andrews looks at how office noise :
- Office Noise Hampers Productivity
- The Problem with the Open Plan Office
- The Impacts of Office Noise
- Noise and Personality Types
- Headphones in the Office, and
- Possible Solutions to Office Noise.
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