Would you prefer to work in an underground bunker?
Sorry ...couldn't help it!
sure, sometimes you need to let in fresh air. so if you don't have window you would not be able to do that.
It doesn't matter but wouldn't you prefer to be able to see outside instead of feeling trapped. I believe having a window in your office will make your work easier.
I think it's important to get some sunlight so having a window in your office is definitively a good thing. It can help you feel better in general. A lack of sunlight can cause SAD (Seasonal affective disorder) which is kind of like "winter blues".
I hope I've been able to help!
yes, I work in an office without a window, we call it the dungeon. I think it would lift the moral a bit for all people in the dungeon if they could only have a window. Yes, definitely yes. scenery, imagination, you can at least look wistfully out the window on a nice day and say wow can't wait to get off work and enjoy that sunshine.
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