The COVID-19 pandemic fundamentally changed the way we perceive work environments.
Overnight, people were thrust from the traditional office environment into remote work to comply with lockdown rules and social distancing guidelines. Ever since, this transformative shift has continually challenged our understanding of productivity and workplace dynamics.
While the sudden change to remote working may have been a culture shock for some, many companies actually experienced a sharp increase in workplace productivity.
In fact, Stanford’s research noted a 13 percent increase in remote-work productivity levels compared to pre-pandemic figures, emphasizing improved work satisfaction and a 50 percent reduction in