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Privacy at Work
Anneke Zwart, Student (University), Netherlands, Moderator
When it comes to office spaces, organizations are always trying to find a balance between on the one hand public and on the other hand private workspace in order to encourage collaboration. However, public spaces are often criticized as it assaults our privacy. Besides, public spaces are nowadays often not efficiently executed and as a result raise feelings of dissatisfaction and the need for privacy. Congdon, Flynn and Redman (2014) researched the issue of privacy so as to come up with strategies to efficiently find a balance between public and private workspaces.
First of all, a reconsideration of the concept of privacy was done.

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