As we transition back into the office, people will struggle to adjust to the atmosphere. For many, the main struggle will be the noise that comes with being in the office versus being at home. So, this begs the question, how can you make your office less distracting to returning employees?
COVID-19 has created numerous challenges for people around the world, one of them is how to meet with our colleagues, business partners, and clients. Video conferencing has become a beacon of hope for businesses and relationships, enabling us to meet while staying safe and socially distant. The question remains, why have you not adapted your conference room technology to meet the needs of the new way of business?
We’re quickly settling into our new office space in the Whitehall Technology Park in Charlotte, North Carolina. This new space allows us to easily get to our clients near and far, has warehousing space to better prepare for projects, and room to continue growing.
A sound masking system can solve your office speech privacy problem. You may be asking if there is, in fact, a speech privacy problem in your office? Chances are your answer is yes, because it's the number one driver of workplace dissatisfaction. According to Cambridge Sound Management, 60% of open office employees are unhappy with their lack of speech privacy.
Are your conversations private? Whispering or even a conversation behind closed doors doesn't always guarantee someone else can't hear you.
With the rise of open office floor plans and the need to protect patient privacy, speech privacy has become more critical than ever before. So, what is sound masking, and how does it help speech privacy? Sound masking is a barely noticeable sound that is similar to airflow, but it's specially tuned to make human speech less intelligible.