Other people who are a little worried to speak out because of possible persecution," he said.Parks stood outside the offices for almost 12 hours.
Parks was eventually joined by another protester, and Wolff said that the most troubling part of the protest was that both of them started to expose their firearms.
"He turned sideways to be sure that we would see that he has an open carry gun, which is legal, and is fine, but it's intimidating," she said.
And while I definitely don’t believe that open office plans magically create divine levels of collaboration, I don’t agree with Jason’s proposition that giving everyone in every company their own private room is a good solution.
Here are a few reasons why I don’t support Jason’s all-private-office proposal: My inbox is the bane of my existence–my work day would be so much faster and less stressful if I didn’t have to field so many emails and instant messages, Yammer notes and Campfire updates all day long.
The protester, Daniel Parks, says that he hopes his protest encourages other Trump supporters to stand up for what they believe in.
"I'm just trying to provide a voice for someone who might be a closet supporter of Trump.Petty slights, annoyances, and isolated incidents (unless extremely serious) will not rise to the level of illegality.To be unlawful, the conduct must create a work environment that would be intimidating, hostile, or offensive to reasonable people.For example, when Glaxo Smith Kline moved its workers from cubicles and offices to open-plan work tables, “email traffic dropped by more than 50%, while decision making accelerated by some 25% because workers were able to meet informally instead of volleying emails from offices and cubes,” according to the .I don’t know about you, but I find it far more intimidating to knock on an office door than to turn to a nearby colleague. Self-proclaimed introvert Grace Emery is a publicist at tech PR firm Highwire, where managers, executives, and principals sit in the company’s open plan office alongside the rest of the staff.There are many instances when I would have preferred a quick chat to wading through a chain of emails with my colleagues.