Remote working is 'inspiring.'

Phillips, Lucy
August 2007
People Management;8/23/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 17, p14
The article reports on a survey which revealed that one-third of British workers believe that they would be more inspired if they worked away from their office. The research also found that almost half or 48 percent of office workers thought switching locations would increase their productivity levels. Forty-six percent said it would improve their work-life balance. Twenty-three percent of office-based employees plans to work from home in the future if they will be given a chance.


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