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Director of Communications

Enterprise Community Partners Washington, DC

The Enterprise Marketing & Communications team is a highly performing group of experienced and passionate professionals who understand and believe in… TheLadders.com

30+ days ago

Asset Manager

Enterprise Community Partners Columbia, MD

The Asset Manager implements the day-to-day risk management activities primarily on the Companys Fannie Mae Multifamily Loan portfolio. The Asset… Enterprise Community Partners

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    Going from cubicles to open space even more of a disaster than the original offices-to-cubicles disaster

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    I worked at Enterprise Community Partners full-time (More than 5 years)


    Good location. Competitive pay and benefits.


    Very poor physical work environment. An excellent story from the Washington Post and other reliable sources recently noted studies showing numerous drawbacks of open-space arrangements--less work done and more ill people. Research has shown time and again that workers get less done in open-plan offices and that colds, flus, etc. spread much more readily in such environments too. The benefits in building camaraderie simply mask the negative effects on work performance. Not good.

    Advice to Management

    Open spaces are destroying the workplace. Help your employees to be able to be more productive, happy and stay healthier and admit your errors in the physical design arena. The millennials that work there don't know how good we had it before. They do not know any better and think it's "normal" and "ok" in such an environment. Is that really the best you can do? Customers and employees deserve better. Columbia is not New York City, where office rent is outrageous. All of this his applies to Enterprise Community Investment also.

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