As part of an activity-based workplace, employees plan their days around the activities they need to get done that day and the spaces that best support those specific activities. With activity-based scheduling, employees can see what space is available based on the activity they need to get done (examples being phone booths for calls, a comfortable lounge area with whiteboards for brainstorms, or a more intimate room for a sensitive discussion).
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