After two years, the world’s great experiment with remote work has yielded some pretty surprising results, especially in the employee productivity arena. Traditionalists believed that allowing workers to go remote would result in a slump in productivity, but the opposite has actually proven true. According to a recent study, remote workers put in a full hour more time than their in-office and hybrid counterparts, and traditional office workers were actually the least productive. In fact, 9
Is Remote Work Really Productive?