Implement mandatory quiet hours at [Company]

Noor Al-Sibai
Noor Al-Sibai
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Journalist, novice media theorist, media organizer.

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Establish quiet hours at your company to increase productivity and reduce stress.

About the author

Noor Al-Sibai is a journalist and novice media theorist who’s been a member of and led progressive media unions. When they aren’t working as a begrudging politico or opining on the many failures of mainstream media, they can be found trying desperately to stay off of social media and read actual books.

To:[management@company.com]

At [Company] , we are privileged to work among coworkers that we get along with and even call friends. However, members of our staff have noticed that at times, it can get loud in the office. From conversations that everyone can hear to music played on speakers that can be heard across the office, the noise level has become untenable for many members of our staff.

Having a quiet workplace is regularly linked to lower stress for employees, more workplace satisfaction, and higher productivity. It can also help improve time management if there are designated times for socializing and general activity and designated quiet time.

We by no means want to bar our coworkers from socializing. Quite the contrary — we think that socializing at work can only be improved by knowing that there is time to get our work done in a quiet, stress-free atmosphere.

We are demanding that [Company] management:

  • Designate specific and optimized times of day for quiet hours, such as first thing in the morning and the final hours before the end of the work day.
  • Implement specific socializing zones of the office that lend themselves to conversation, such as near the coffee maker or water cooler, which can be placed in the breakroom.
  • Create an informal, horizontal system for employees to give each other feedback on noise levels.
  • Provide mediation between employees should noise level complaints among individuals arise.

Let’s get Frank.

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