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  • prashanth

    March 26, 2022 at 9:06 AM

    In recent years, most offices opted for open-space designs than individual cabins to work. This essay will examine both the advantages and disadvantages and provide logical conclusion.

    To begin with, in open workspace people can have better communication with other workers in the absence of physical barriers. Employees are more likely to communicate with one another and work as team. Furthermore, operational cost is low when compared with traditional cubicles. For instance, nowadays most start ups opted for this kind of layouts in order to keep their running cost low and invest more in business, which could make their business more profitable.

    However, employees can feel lack of privacy and can create insecurity feeling of being continuously monitored, while this can be a pro for boss, but it can be a con for employee. Although separate cabins can be pleasant to work, but employees can get influenced from distractions like social networking sites, which can bring their productivity down. Additionally, when a employee is effected with seasonal flues in open work space it can spread germs and can infect other counterparts, which can be an alarming issue. To illustrate, in Covid times offices were unable to curb the spread as these viruses need a closed environment to stop spreading due to this employee were asked to quarantine for 14days which could affect companies performance.

    To conclude, although open-space design has its advantages like employee interaction, team building and low operational cost; however, in the pandemic’s viruses can spread easily which can affect organization profits. I believe these advantages outweigh disadvantages.

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