64% of EMPLOYEES AGREE BLOCKING OUT NOISE INCREASES THEIR PRODUCTIVITY Submission Details
Author: KN Taylor from Plantronics.
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1 Oxford Economics, “When the walls come down – the evolution of the workplace.”
2 Plantronics Noise in the Workplace Global Study, 2017.
3 The Cost of Interrupted Work: More Speed and Stress Study from the Department of Informatics, University of California, Irvine, 2008.
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