Remote workers perform better

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In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many employees have stayed remote, rather than returning to the office, enjoying the flexibility of working from home. While some employers have assumed that remote workers are far less productive than those going into the office each day, a new study from Eagle Hill Consulting finds the opposite is true. Edge Hill’s research of 1,001 US employees found that…


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