Extroverted employees tend to be more outgoing, collaborative and feed off the energy of the stimuli around them. Visual clutter and the fear of missing out on passing conversations makes it difficult for extroverts to focus in an open office setting. Even worse, being surrounded by people and activity throughout the day, an open-office plan leaves extroverts feeling isolated as colleagues turn to their screens to communicate.
Don’t let hybrid work get in the way of collaboration. Give employees an easy way to manage their hybrid schedules, invite colleagues to a seat, and book the nearest table.