Homeless at work: Why companies micromanage where workers sit
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Compiled by Michael De Groote, Deseret News National Edition
Published: Tuesday, Oct. 15 2013 2:50 p.m. MDT
Businesses are beginning to micromanage where people sit at work, shifting them around sometimes randomly in attempts to improve collaboration and innovation.
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“The walls have come tumbling down in offices everywhere, but the cubicle dwellers keep putting up new ones. They barricade themselves behind file cabinets. They fortify their partitions with towers of books and papers.”
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