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The productivity of working from home

flexible work

The issue of whether working remotely is a good thing or not is one that often gets tossed around.The arguments are fairly well trodden.On the plus side, home workers avoid the lengthy and stressful commutes to/from work, so often put in more hours than their office based colleagues.They are also free from distraction, so can focus more on their work, thus getting more out of their day, all the while enjoying their work more and thus being more engaged.The flipside is that managers can’t monitor what they’re doing, and when people are not visible in the workplace they are not as tightly integrated into the team as otherwise might be the case.

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01 Nov
Dr. Ellen Weber @ellenfweber
RT @shawmu: The productivity of working from home http://t.co/ZpoMfs5tmS via @adigaskell