CoworkerBGone Launches a Cubicle Door to Minimize Coworkers

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The CoworkerBGone Cubicle Door Company is pleased to announce their practical and affordable line of cubicle doors.

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It's simple the most effective way to prevent interruptions while working on important tasks and projects is to have closed door.

The CoworkerBGone Cubicle Door Company is pleased to announce their practical and affordable line of cubicle doors.

“It’s simple the most effective way to prevent interruptions while working on important tasks and projects is to have a closed door, “ says Jeffrey Webb the inventor of the CoworkerBGone Cubicle Door. The CoworkerBGone Cubicle Door lets employees create privacy when working on sensitive information and improve productivity by managing unwanted interruptions. This cubicle door provides a unique mix of style, functionality and value while being able to fit into any professional environment.

CoworkerBGone estimates that there are currently more than 45 million cubicle workers in the United States. These workers share one everyday problem in common, a way to effectively manage unwanted interruptions. What has been available for cubicle dwellers and managers wanting to allay interruptions are cubicle doors that cost as much as a front door to a house and flimsy banners, which only work if there is a properly aligned company culture to quell annoying coworkers. CoworkerBGone solves this problem by offering an economical cubicle door solution.

Basex, a management science research firm estimates that interruptions cost companies about $588 billion a year in the United States. The cost of interruptions from cubicles without doors due to non-beneficial interruptions is likely in the billions.

There are doors everywhere else in one’s life, why not at work. Managers and those in charge of the work environment have to take into account employee sensitivity to office and work interruptions where the consequences are lower performance, errors and stress. A closed door is a symbol for saying, “I’m busy” and the most effective way to silence untimely or non-beneficial interruptions.

“I know this will sound somewhat crass, but if there isn’t a need to have a door for cubicles then there isn’t a need have a door for restroom stalls. There is no reason why professionals and people that can self-manage themselves not be afforded a door for their cubicle workspace,” said Michael Bauman a prototype tester for the CoworkerBGone Cubicle Door.

CoworkerBGone Cubicle Doors are available now at http://www.coworkerbgone.com.

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The CoworkerBGone Cubicle Door Company produces unique and useful tools to enhance cubicle and office environments. CoworkerBGone Cubicle Doors Making Cubicle Life A Little Better.

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