A recent survey showed that 77% of respondents reported greater productivity when working remotely compared to working in an office setting. Another study by Owl Labs found that full-time remote workers reported being happy in their jobs 22% more than workers who are never remote.
All the surveys made around remote working globally show two very important advantages in favour of it:
- Greater efficiency and productivity – Staff get more done in less time when working remotely. Fewer office distractions can lead to a more effective usage of time.
- Reduced stress – 78% of remote workers reported lower stress levels when working remotely according to this survey. It seems a “flexible life” can really make people happier
Nevertheless, remote working is not all pijamas and relax…
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