If working from home (WFH) is new to you—or your employer—it might sound like an opportunity ripe for procrastination and other inefficiencies. But evidence shows that remote work actually leads to greater productivity.
A March 2020 survey of hundreds of remote workers revealed that the average remote worker puts in 1.4 more days per month than the average office employee. In a study published a month later, time-management company RescueTime showed that remote workers spend about 4 percent more time on core work and 18 percent less time on communication.
These are great stats—but how can you actually