The IT department has been experiencing hardware and software problems not being addressed in a timely manner and they are also experiencing problems with attendance. Also the number of cases that HR has dealt with has also increased. I believe that all of this chaos and lack of quality work should be attributed to the move into temporary buildings.
While I haven't thoroughly explored the temporary facility, I am aware of the aspects of social and organizational psychology. I am aware that what they are experiencing in the temporary building, fluctuation of temperature, noise from coworkers and from the construction of the new building, crowding, light-levels, the frustration-aggression response et cetera, will cause a negative response, such as not getting work handled in a timely manner and just simply not showing up for work because they don't want to face all of the dilemmas. (https://mycampus.aiu-online.com/MainFrame.aspx?ContentFrame=/Default.aspx)
According to (http://sln.fi.edu/brain/stress.htm), stress has a mental effect on people. Stress also impairs people physically. Yale conducted a study on monkeys to monitor the effects of noise stress on brain functions. They concluded that stress "impairs PFC cognitive function through its influence on dopamine, a key neurotransmitter that is involved in many brain disorders." Because stress and noise are linked closely together, "chronic low-level noise also negatively influences the... [continues]
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