People and processesFuture WorkforceBenefits of remote working highlighted by study (Infographic)

Benefits of remote working highlighted by study (Infographic)

Workers feel more productive when they are working remotely out of the office, a study has shown

Workers feel more productive when they are working remotely out of the office, a study has shown, raising the discussion about the public sector embracing more remote working initiatives.

According to data compiled by Ireland-based business coaching company Davitt Corporate Partners, 91% of remote workers believe they “get more work done when working remotely.”

Remote workers are also happier than office-based workers, the study shows.

Full results and reasons from the survey can be found in the below infographic.

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