Distracted Now That You're Back In The Office? There's One Tool Employees Can Depend On To Readapt To Office Life. A tool for relaxation and disengagement is now being used for concentration and focus, helping address the problem of noise in the office
- Our brains may have adapted to our home space — however, there is a tool employees can use to drown out the noise and distractions at the office.
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In the bustling world of modern offices, distractions are a dime a dozen. The click-clack of keyboards, the distant chatter of colleagues, and the incessant ring of phones can create a cacophony that disrupts focus.
Enter the humble headphone, once seen as a symbol of disengagement, now a tool for concentration and productivity. A recent study by Sonarworks sheds light on this transformation, revealing fascinating insights into why and how people use headphones at work.