Office Madness – Cubicles Division

Office Madness - Cubicles

In these trying times, one thing continues to unite American workers. Everyone hates cubicles. But what, specifically, about working in a box drives you most crazy? No privacy is a heavy favorite, but given some of the other choices, like trimming nails and loud personal calls and ring tones, perhaps the biggest annoyance isn’t so much a lack of privacy, but rather that other people act like their cubes have four walls, a door, and a ceiling (and soundproofing).

It’s not just your neighbors that are the problem, sometimes technology (or lack thereof) puts a damper on your cubicle life. Whether it’s slow internet speeds hampering your productivity or air conditioning overload chilling your very soul, your desk could be what’s getting you down. Vote now for your “favorite” cube-related annoyance and help us pick what advances to next week’s semi-finals.


About Kris Prusynski

Kris works on the Commercial Marketing team at TDS Telecom and helps TDS achieve their online objectives through digital marketing and website optimization. She has worked in the digital marketing space for over 10 years, in product categories as diverse as shoes, banking, beds and pig farming supplies (really!). Kris has both undergraduate degrees and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and therefore bleeds Badger red. She’s a veteran blogger on topics ranging from digital marketing to Wisconsin fish frys to the sweet necessity of ugly office sweaters. Nowadays, you’re more likely to find her on Twitter or Google+ trying to decipher the mysteries of A Song of Ice and Fire. In her spare time, you can find Kris kayaking, hanging out at the dog park, or thinking about lawn care.

2 Responses to Office Madness – Cubicles Division

  1. Kathy Mangan March 17, 2016 at 11:10 am #

    What about having loud work discussions in cubicles that go on for hours that should have been in a meeting room?

  2. Phil deWeese March 18, 2016 at 4:08 pm #

    Where is the Air Conditioning Overload? I know several people that would like to relocate there.

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