Every company I've worked at always wants to have a 'bustling and lively' sales floor. Meaning there are no cubicles or walls dividing people making calls.
Do you like or dislike an open floorplan that encourages this type of thing?
I hate them. But if I tell people that, they often think I'm too scared to make calls in front of people, which obviously isn't the case (I record my calls and share them all the time). But I legitimately can't hear anything when I'm on the phone because I'm so distracted by other people having conversations
Am I the only one that hates these office designs? Do you like them or dislike them? And why?
UPDATE: It seems clear that most people hate. So that leaves us with one question: why does every modern office have this?