Without walls, interruptions, disturbances, and the endless buzz of conversation can completely derail concentration. Visual distractions, ringing phones, and clamoring voices destroy the ability to focus on the task at hand, often leading to sensory overload. Even the most extroverted employee needs some quiet time to absorb and process information in order to be productive. To put it plainly, the open office is where efficiency goes to die — research shows that employees are 15 percent less productive in open offices.Introvert Dear
I am so, so happy, I don’t work in an open office environment!