When you think of an office building, chances are you picture private offices along the walls
and cubicles taking up the open space in the middle. Some tech companies and startups have
adopted communal tables instead of cubicles, with other offices taking over older buildings with
open rafters and no florescent lights. Across all office types, you can expect to find glass-walled (or thin-walled) private offices and conference rooms.
What’s the commonality between all office environments? More likely than not, dissatisfied
employees. Not because of their projects, or even coworkers, but because their office
space lacks speech privacy. While most facility managers, HR and IT managers are aware that noise distractions are a problem, they are typically not aware that there is a cost-effective solution that even a COO on a tight budget would approve. This white paper addresses these issues, as well as presents a solution, called sound masking.
This White Paper brought to you by Cambridge Sound Management.