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Mindful Productivity While Working From Home

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Traditionally, business leaders have argued against the concept of working from home (WFH) due to productivity concerns and tactical problems that limit a supervisor’s ability to observe and coach employees.

Now that more people are required to work from home due to COVID-19, studies show a climb in productivity. A study of 16,000 employees found that remote working led to a 13 % performance increase, improved work satisfaction, and fewer breaks and sick days.

Other studies have shown that remote working improves productivity and creativity, and research from 85% of the companies studied reported improvement in productivity as a result of remote working.

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