Over the last decade, the way we work has changed radically. Higher workstation densities, the rise of collaboration and the introduction of different technologies, from speaker phones to desktop video conferencing, have increased noise levels at work.
Studies shows that many work environments are doing a poor job of providing acoustical comfort, that is, appropriate acoustical support for interaction, confidentiality, and concentrative work.
In fact, according to the US Center for Workplace Strategy1, acoustic problems are a leading source of employee dissatisfaction in offices.
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