Cubicles Must Die

Thursday, 21 April 2016 by

Cubicles get a bad rap. At worst, they’re considered little more than white-collar cattle stalls. Open offices were supposed to cure the evils of cubicles, which might be why almost 70% of American employees now work in open-concept offices . In a sign of the times, Facebook is currently planning a truly massive open office.

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