One method workplace experts use to study how well an office supports the employees within its walls. An ethnographic study is an immersive, observational method where the researcher monitors how employees interact with each other and the environment around them. This can be completed internally by sending out a survey or by using an external agency specialized in employee satisfaction. This type of study can help an organization understand if employees are interacting with the spaces and resources in an office as was intended or not.
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