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Open Office Plans Found to Lower Stress, But They Must Not Have Checked with Moms

Mom Working at Open Plan Office with Colleagues

Sitting close to co-workers may actually cause you to get out of your seat more often. Who knew?

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Open office plans get a bad rap for a multitude of reasons—from lowering productivity to actually . But a new study suggests they might not be so terrible after

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