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BUSINESS PREMISES used by a firm in the provision of services. See CAPITAL STOCK, FIXED ASSET.
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The study found that employees working in open-plan offices reported having difficulty to focus, and hence difficulty working effectively, ABC News reported.
The critical thing on this occasion would be his being moved to an open-plan office.
The results of the open-plan office case were reported in more detail by Koskela et al.
Almost as emotive as the open-plan office is the "hot-desk," the idea being that all desks are equal.
The site could have been filled with artificially lit and air-conditioned floors like a huge open-plan office, but to meet the accommodation requirements in a civilised way, giving people daylight, views, air and visible spatial progressions, demanded ingenious exploitation of every opportunity for transparency.
George Turklebaum, 51, who had been employed as a proof-reader at a New York firm for 30 years, had a heart attack in the open-plan office he shared with 23 other workers.
Originally redeveloped in 1997, the Court House has undergone a full refurbishment, providing open-plan office living within a character Grade II-listed building.
Melbourne, June 13 ( ANI ): Open-plan office can be hazardous to the health for people with introvert personalities as they are more sensitive to external noises, says an expert.
An entrance lobby with double glazed doors secured by an external shutter leads to an open-plan office area.
Q I WORK in an open-plan office and the woman who sits across from me is driving me mad because she's so noisy.
The first floor is fitted out for office use, providing a large open-plan office and two smaller offices.
The former HM Customs and Excise building has been completely refurbished and converted into superb single-storey open-plan office units available between 1100 and 3000 sq ft and priced from pounds 195,000.