Consider getting an office pet. You definitely may want to lean towards hypoallergenic pets. There would need to be policies around this for employee safety and health, but pets can boost morale, create a friendly, less-stressful work environment, encourage team members to casually socialize, and provide social support according to a Harvard Medical School Health Study.
2. Allow headphones- introverted employees tend to work more effectively when they are able to drown out background noise. Headphones can allow them to have better focus and increase their productivity and job performance.
3. Give employees the option to work remotely or have flexible work schedules. Allowing employees to have more control over their time is an important consideration. Many people are juggling responsibilities such as being a caregiver for elderly parents. Empowering employees to create a schedule where they can effectively complete job tasks and comfortably manage other responsibilities can increase job satisfaction and reduce stress.
4. Consider creating an outdoor workspace so when weather permits, employees can get fresh air and get in touch with nature while they work. This will reduce their stress levels. Oftentimes just altering the work environment can increase productivity and encourage creativity.
5. Allow flexibility with breaks and encourage them to be taken several times throughout the day. This will help to prevent burnout and exhaustion.