open-plan office


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open-plan office

A large space, divided by freestanding, partial-height partitions; usually designed to accommodate a large number of office workers.
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They wrote that the open-plan offices were identified as problematic.
The open-plan office layout had eight work-stations arranged symmetrically in two groups.
On the other hand, open-plan offices can be great places for extroverted personality types, or where the job demands it like working in a newsroom, or performing menial tasks which are better done with company.
There will be five hi-tech open-plan office suites for rent.
FSC's two-storey complex provides open-plan office accommodation for their in-house staff, hot desking facilities for visiting clients and FSC's field staff, and a fully equipped kitchen for food product development and sampling.
One of their first projects was a film on noted furniture manufacturer Herman Miller, a pioneer innovator who created the idea for open-plan office space.
Focal points of the space include MFS Intelenet's National Communications Center, training areas, and open-plan office space.
CARDIFF council has dropped elements of its radical plans for cabinet members to work in an open-plan office.
Newly refurbished throughout, the accommodation comprises an entrance lobby, open-plan office area, separate office, a main workshop/warehouse with roller shutter door, toilet facilities and a secure store area.
The open-plan office has been designed by DBK's internal team, and will be able to accommodate up to 70 staff.
The first floor will include a 24-hour central CCTV security room and a call centre, while the 11,000 sq ft second floor will include a boardroom, meeting rooms and open-plan office space.
The desk coning system was designed by a staff member who complained the open-plan office meant employees were always being distracted.