(Published on the Relevance blog, 30 March 2020)
Far from seeing a decrease in productivity as the coronavirus pandemic forces millions of people to work from, businesses may actually see an increase in productivity, if recent studies are to be believed.
The coronavirus has seen the largest global mass exercise in remote working ever seen as social distancing becomes part of our collective vocabulary. With millions of people now working remotely from home across the globe, it’s understandable that heads of departments and CEOs may be worried that productivity will drop.
Managers and business owners may envision their employees lounging around in their pyjamas all day long binging on their favourite TV show, but research has long shown that nothing could be further from the truth.
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