Today’s workspace … Benedict Dubbs, a Principal of Murray Associates Architects, wrote the following …

5th July, 2011 - Posted by Jeffrey S. Weil, MCR.h, SIOR - 1 Comment

“Executives, on average, spend less than 20 percent of a typical day within their offices.  They are leaving their offices to attend meetings, use conference rooms, or duck into a breakout room to use their smart phones, iPads or other devices … the U.S. is expected to remain the most highly concentrated market for mobile workers, with 75% of the workforce being mobile by 2012 … nearly 50% of the mobile workforce carries more than 3 devices, causing them to stay connected longer.” Companies are rethinking how people work, how big their workstation is, and cost vs. employee productivity.  An appropriately designed work environment and an enthusiastic employee can add anywhere from 5 to 20% profit to a company’s bottom line.  Harrisburg Commercial Real Estate Review (Spring/Summer 2011)

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