1. Women being judged by their appearance can affect how they feel in open-plan offices  Stuff.co.nz
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Although open-plan workspaces encourage collaboration, women feel more image conscious and exposed compared to men.Although open-plan workspaces encourage collaboration, women feel more image conscious and exposed compared to men.

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A new study into open-plan and shared office environments has found that women thought they were more observed than men leaving them feeling "more accountable" and "exposed".A new study into open-plan and shared office environments has found that women thought they were more observed than men leaving them feeling "more accountable" and "exposed".

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