Workplace design is a hot topic today. People argue passionately for and against open offices, cubicles, coworking spaces, and even remote arrangements. But what office setup is the best? The truth is, that depends on who’s working there.
Research shows that three out of four American workers are not in optimal workplace environments, and it impacts their performance. By taking into account the habits and personalities of the people on your team, you can create a working environment that maximizes their talents.
True, you can’t redesign your office every time you hire a new employee, but you can consider different employees’ needs in order to build a workplace that is as comfortable for the sales team as it is for the designers. To help you do that, the folks at Quill.com put together an infographic that links common professional personalities with their ideal workplaces. Take a look to find the setup that’s best for your team.
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