5 Reasons Employers Are Turning Against Remote Work | Wealth of Geeks
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The remote working bubble may be bursting for some as companies are finding that remote workers are less productive compared to office workers. A working paper submitted to the National Bureau of Economic Research showed that only 40% of the time saved from not commuting goes into work. Companies like Google, Lyft, and Facebook have reversed their remote working initiatives. Another study found that remote work can be detrimental to new hires, as those who are in the same vicinity as their teammates receive more feedback and mentoring compared to those who are remote.
Companies that put up with it for a long time are finally getting sick and tired of remote work - which simply isn't as productive as office work, no matter what remote workers say.
Remote workers are less productive compared to office workers, a working paper submitted to the National Bureau of Economic Research found. Only 40% of the time saved from not commuting goes into work. Google, Lyft, and Facebook have reversed their remote working initiatives to indicate where most companies are headed. Another study found that remote work is detrimental to new hires, as those in the same vicinity as their teammates receive more feedback and mentoring compared to those who are remote.
A working paper submitted to the National Bureau of Economic Research showed that only 40% of the average 72 minutes of commuting time saved daily goes into work. Companies that put up with it for a long time are finally getting sick and tired of remote work - which simply isn't as productive as office work, no matter what remote workers say.
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