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SGen Z claims workers are more productive in noisy open offic

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Regardless of these distractions, Gen Z and Millennials still said they prefer working in an open office environment, the report found. More than half of Gen Z respondents (52%) said they are more productive in noisy work environments. The younger the generation, the more they want open offices, the report said.

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Gen Z is bringing millions of people into the global workforce, and our research finds that they have very different working styles compared to previous generations, Jeanne Meister, founding partner of Future Workplace, said in apress release. We now have four generations working under one roof, which forces companies to reconsider traditional definitions of what makes a productive office environment and how their employees can best collaborate with each other.

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More than half of Generation Z (55%) and Millennials (56%) said they prefer open office environments, according to a Future Workplacestudyreleased on Monday. With four generations sharing the workplace, preferred working conditions vary between age groups.

Older generations completely disagree: Some 60% of Baby Boomers said they need quiet environments to be productive at work. The reason Baby Boomers have a tougher time in open environments is because they arent as good at handling distractions, when compared to their younger coworkers, the report found.

Some 35% of Gen Zers said they use headphones to cancel out distractions, while only 16% of Baby Boomers said the same. Four in 10 Gen Z and millennials said they relocate to comfortable spaces, such as a couch or cushioned chair, to escape distractions at work, the report found. More than half of Baby Boomers, however, said they are only able to work at their primary workspaces.

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Distractions in an office are inevitable: Nearly all (99%) of employees said they get distracted while working in an office. Coworkers are the biggest problem, the report found, with 65% of respondents citing noisy coworkers as the most prominent distraction. Some 93% of employees said they are often frustrated with distractions while on a phone or video call.

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