Consider modifying your open office plan.
Some employees may even focus better when they are sitting next to noisy colleagues in an open office situation. It’s all about finding out what works best for your employees and implementing it, according to Leesa Schipani, a partner at KardasLarson Human Resources Consulting in Connecticut.
“Concentration is important for many tasks like analysis or content development. By creating open spaces, quiet spaces and relaxing spaces, employees can choose where to work for the concentration level they need.”