5 Hacks to Increase Privacy in a Shared Office Space
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    5 Hacks to Increase Privacy in a Shared Office Space

    Posted on October 12, 2018

    Privacy at the workplace can substantially affect worker productivity, employee retention, motivation, and satisfaction. As we have specified in our previous blogs, it can even impact the number of sick days that employees take!
    To get the most out of your shared office spaces here are numerous hacks to apply:
    Block the noise:
    A pair of noise-cancelling headphones is a must-have equipment while working in shared office spaces/open office spaces. Even if you are not a music lover, just plug in to avoid the noise in the surroundings. It also helps to stay calm and focused in a workplace.
    Escape Zones:
    At times you feel like isolating physically from any distractions to concentrate. In most of the cases, the modern workplaces have been designed with stress-free zones that advance work-life balance. Our shared office space in Gurgaon offers an open space as a stress-free zone where individuals can sneak out for attending a call or to have a cup of coffee.
    Use space correctly:
    “A place for everything and everything in its place” might be a familiar saying however it makes a lot of sense. Cluttered spaces always look smaller, so keep things away when they are not being used. Use lockers, storage racks, under the desk organizers. This will not just make your office look clean but help you to work more efficiently.
    Opaque Partitions:
    As the adage goes, great fences make great neighbours. Open office layout often gets too close for comfort, ask your provider for workbench dividers which works as a privacy shield without disturbing the clean design of seating arrangements.
    Keep your data safe:
    Choose what others see while you are not on the desk. Do not leave your opened devices unattended in a shared office space. No one knows who is snooping around. Additionally, check with the provider what technical security efforts they have already put in place. Be sure to find out if any network safety/security measures exist when you sign up.


    Author: Anvesha Sharma


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