productivity booster. Then there are those who find it hard to take proper breaks at home and switch off at the end of the workday.But what does data say about remote work productivity?
Do we work more or less in a remote setting?Let’s take a step back to pre-pandemic times (2014, to be exact) when a time tracking application called DeskTime discovered that 10% of most productive people work for 52 minutes and then take a break for 17 minutes.
Recently, the same time tracking app repeated that study to reveal working and breaking patterns during the pandemic. They found that remote work has caused an increase in time worked, with the most productive people now working for 112 minutes and breaking for 26 minutes.Now, this may seem rather.Read more on lifehack.org