Will 2024 be the year employers crack down on remote work? Not so fast
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It's true that widespread studies based on standard measures of efficiency have found that fully remote employees are 10% to 20% less productive than those working on company premises. Challenges related to communications, coordination and self-motivation may be factors in the decline.
It's true that widespread studies based on standard measures of efficiency have found that fully remote employees are 10% to 20% less productive than those working on company premises.
But the new research that showed lower productivity by full-time remote workers also found that those on a hybrid schedule - some days at home and some on site - were about as productive as those in the office full-time. And there's some evidence that companies offering greater flexibility to workers may achieve better financial results.
But the new research that showed lower productivity by full-time remote workers also found that those on a hybrid schedule - some days at home and some on site - were about as productive as those in the office full-time.
Read at Chico Enterprise-Record
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