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Telephone Rings, Onion Rings, and Other Annoying Things: Getting Along in Shared Offices and Cubicles Without Tearing Out Your Hair.
It's everything you need to deal with everything that can, and often does, create problems in the office without walls or in hoteling and other situations where more than one person uses the same work area. Here's an outline of what's in this attractive 8-page guide - packed with all the tips and tricks to help your employees get along in today's office setting:
2. How Did We Arrive at This Point?
3. The "Big Five" Problems to Avoid
4. Acknowledging the Things You Can't Change About Shared Offices
5. Escape Valves: Coping and Problem-Solving Strategies
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P.S. Remember: the cubicle wars about who's stealing whose paper clips and whose radio is too loud can and should be avoided. There's no reason to let today's shared offices deteriorate into a battle zone full of employee relations problems and distractions that plague productivity. This guide is a simple, cost-effective way to prevent these problems and make sure everyone can concentrate on getting their work done.