Number of the day: remote v. in-person employee performance

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Nearly half of remote workers say their teams’ performance has improved over the past two years, according to new research from Eagle Hill Consulting. Comparatively, only 34% of in-person workers can say the same. Additionally, the data finds that over the past two years, 50% of remote workers say their personal performance has gotten better, along with 49% of hybrid workers. Forty-five percent of in-person workers said the same.

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What it means for HR leaders

The positive data on remote work comes as many employers are thinking about their return-to-office plans, including whether they will require

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