Do you sit with your back to those visiting your office or cubicle? This makes it necessary for people to call attention to their presence with an awkward knock or greeting rather than simply making eye contact to begin the interaction.
Facing away from co-workers creates privacy, but doesn’t exactly say to the staff, “Come on in!”, an essential message for an office manager.
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