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It’s tough to establish a workplace that encourages creativity and collaboration and yet also promotes productivity. Foosball tables are great for letting off some steam… until the office decides a daily, multi-round tournament is in order.
How exactly do you determine what’s helping and hurting productivity?
Ask.com, with the help of Harris Interactive, conducted a nationwide Office Workplace Productivity study recently to gain insight on the working habits and preferences of U.S. office workers.
If you’re struggling to maintain a productive workplace, you’re not alone. Here are five things that may be working against you:
1. Your awesome company culture. Alone time isn’t always an option in workplaces that have awesome perks and fun, open offices–but sometimes hitting peak productivity requires it. Ask.com’s…
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