Most of us are more productive in homely work zones than in the regular office, according to research.
No one had expected that the result of a pandemic would be that the world’s offices would have to be rebuilt. But the virus seems to turn upside down the way the physical environment of knowledge workers is shaped.
Many executives will probably be surprised by the findings of a survey conducted by the company Leesman. They have asked hundreds of thousands of office workers in over 100 countries to compare their home and office. Here are the dramatic findings:
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