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A work-from-home study on 500 employees has good news for your boss
Pajamas, take-out containers, daytime television. These are the images that might come to mind when bosses picture their staff working from home.
But as anyone who has been granted a generous WFH policy can tell you, they do indeed get work done–from home—and it can even feel as if they are more productive. It just so happens, there is now science to back that up.
In the latest installment of Work Smarter, Alexandria Fontanez catches us up on a recent Stanford University study on remote productivity and explains why these findings can be beneficial for employees and employers alike.