Open Workspace Increases Engagement, Retention

Companies that have open office layouts are gaining not only more space and employees who are engaged and stay at the company longer, but it also increases performance and decreases employee misconduct, according to a new survey by Ethisphere Institute and Jones Lang LaSalle. 

The results reveal open workplace strategies are becoming more popular among corporations that are seeking to improve corporate culture, morale and productivity while reducing the costs and environmental impacts associated with an oversized real-estate footprint. 

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Jones Lang LaSalle and Ethisphere Institute
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