The upper management updated the furnace at our office

The replacement was inevitable after the aged method took a decline yesterday among record highs for the year

My work environment for the last couple weeks has been stressful and hectic. I work in a larger office building plus rather than cubicles, the people I work with and I have an open office layout within. This basically means that everyone has an open desk with undoubtedly no privacy. At some point opper management was convinced that it would improve our overall productivity, however it turned out to be the opposite. I suppose in some sense they expected their employees to work more diligently if they were at risk of being watched or noticed without walls. They insisted that it improved employee communication as well, however the people I work with and I are really working over the telephone from the beginning of our shifts until the end of our shifts. If you combine this with the open office layout, it means that the people I work with and I are all speaking on top of other employees in an effort to hear ourselves plus our clients. In the process, the volume of the office increases dramatically. If you pair this with the terrible furnace that makes pretty much everyone uncomfortably overheated plus sweaty, then we’re all uneasy and tense during our shifts. Thankfully, the upper management finally broke down plus decided that it was time to purchase an up-to-date furnace for the office. I suppose that their own personal offices were beginning to become as equally miserable and overheated as our portion of the building. The replacement was inevitable after the aged method took a decline yesterday among record highs for the year. This up-to-date furnace couldn’t have come at a better time, plus despite the constant ringing telephones, at least I’m no longer dripping with sweat each day at work. This is somewhat of a real improvement.

 

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