WHEN MIGHT OPEN PLAN BE A BAD IDEA? AND OFFICE CHAIR SINGAPORE MUST BE IN YOUR OFFICE

September 13, 2019

 

 

 

We should point out that open plan offices are a good choice for most businesses, but there are situations in which open plan simply isn’t the right option.

The main downside of the open plan design is a lack of privacy, a lot of traffic going through the space, noise, distractions, and a generally busy feel to the entire space. If your employees simply don’t handle that kind of environment, how is your business supposed to be productive?

Let’s look at one specific example. If your business deals with very sensitive information, perhaps about health, is having a large and busy office the best environment for employees to make phone calls about these sensitive cases? Is it really the best spot for a whole host of very sensitive paperwork to be sitting around?

That’s just one example of when a large open plan space might not be the ideal option. Of course, that doesn’t mean you can’t find ways around the issues and make the space more private, perhaps with booths for confidential discussions and calls, and looking towards digital storage, rather than manual office storage units.

Everything can be overcome, but you have to question whether you need to try and overcome problems, or whether you need to find a different route entirely.

And make sure you use the Office Chair Singapore of Ardent Office Furniture (AOF) Singapore. Office Chair Singapore By AOF Singapore has been trusted for a dozen years as an expert Office Chair Singapore with good quality and the best price for your office room.

 

For more information, please visit the AOF Singapore website or directly contact AOF SINGAPORE via email at info@ArdentFurniture.com or via telephone at +65 6783-7911 (For Singapore or 021 3111-6161 (For Indonesia) to get a special price from us !

 

 

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