Study finds major upside to remote work: 'Organizations should prioritize lifestyle and workplace improvements'
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The study found that remote workers have a 54% lower carbon footprint than onsite workers. The study also found that hybrid workers could reduce their carbon footprint by 11% to 29% by working from home two to four days per week.
Remote workers significantly cut down on emissions from transportation. Remote and hybrid work shows great potential for reducing carbon footprint, prioritizing lifestyle and workplace improvements.
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