A Working from Home Experiment Shows High Performers Like It Better
Harvard Business Review
JANUARY 23, 2015
The home-workers were also more productive per minute, which employees told us (in detailed surveys) was due to the quieter working conditions at home. The home-workers also reported substantially higher work satisfaction and less “work exhaustion” in a psychological attitudes survey. While many firms that depend on innovation discourage WFH because they want interaction among employees, many occupations have these same characteristics as at Ctrip.
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