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Rob Shostak 🔶 ʞɐʇsoɥS qoɹ 10 Mar 11
There's a symphony of throat sounds, phlegm clearing, nose sniffing and lip smacking going on at my office right now...
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Diondre Cole Jul 9
Earlier this year my company moved us into an so that we could be part of the . "Everybody sits together in an open and collaborative space." All that means is that now all the conf rooms are always tied up with execs using them as offices
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SubZero Constructors Jul 23
Our teams are comprised of engineers, CAD designers, project managers and thermal and refrigeration construction specialists who bring decades of experience to your unique project.
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Disturbance No. 1 Jun 18
Ahhhh, the sweet sound of silence. 🙏🏻
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SSAIF 8 Sep 17
If this whole is so amazing then why is it that no employee is ever excited abt it!
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JESleeth 5 Mar 15
overload we receive 11m bits of info/second, conscious only process 40 bits do not work says
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Katie Bloom 11 Apr 17
I'm all for bringing your dog to work.. Just not when they smell and won't stop whining!
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Scott Lindenberg Dec 12
Coldwell Banker: Office Employees Want Private Spaces, Limited Noise. .
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Unvęrified Dan  o͘͜҉̫͍̞̻̫͓̬͉͈ḥ̘̝͉͉͕ ̙̱́͘͟n͈̮͙o 13 Jun 16
I cannot wait for on the in an This will be great.
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Brad Berg 24 Mar 14
Headphones are a survival tool.
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Blue Summit Supplies Jan 9
Open office spaces can sound daunting, but there are ways to embrace their opportunity. Here are some ways we’ve made the most of an open-concept workspace at Blue Summit Supplies. . . .
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being praneet 16 Jan 18
The Open Office Concept Isn’t Working
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sarahmillions 28 Jun 17
Having a meeting? Close the meeting room door pls. The whole floor doesn't need to hear everything. 😤
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Anne C. 7 Jan 15
I think people around me are creeped out by my "whispering to myself" kinda moments. Hello...
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Meaghann Schulte 21 Oct 17
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Fentress, Inc. Nov 27
How does the logic behind the Eudaimonia Machine differentiate it from the open plan office?
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Lindsay Belanger 4 Dec 13
Worked from home today, it is amazing how much more I got done.
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Fentress, Inc. Nov 12
What is the logic behind the Eudaimonia Machine and can this approach be a solution to twenty-first century organizational problem solving?
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Little Lamb 14 Mar 18
The introvert in me doesn’t want to move to a new office.
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Kim Farrar 18 Nov 15
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