As teleworking, or working remotely, gains further popularity, telling feedback such as data and commentary indicating employees feel more industrious when working this way continues rolling in.
Of those with the option to work remotely, roughly half (54%) feel most productive when outside the traditional office environment and in a place such as their home, a coffee shop or a co-working space, according to a survey by Clutch, a B2B research company.
Better productivity isn’t the sole reason employees prefer nontraditional workspace options. A quarter (26%) of employees who are able to work remotely say a better work-life balance is the top benefit of working outside the office.
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