Protect Privacy and Promote Productivity
Whether you’re in Silicon Valley or Lakeville, Minnesota, you’ve probably noticed how workplace culture is changing.
Instead of individual offices or cubicles, open floor plans dominate. It makes sense; the free flow of movement can increase collaboration and productivity.
And instead of your typical conference room, more and more businesses are implementing huddle rooms. These small spaces offer the privacy needed to break away and generate ideas among a small group of people.
But the thin walls of your office building may not offer the level of privacy necessary for your staff to communicate effectively. In those cases, sound masking is one of the best huddle room solutions.
In this blog, we’ll explore some of the benefits of implementing sound masking technology in your huddle rooms and throughout your workspace.