RESEARCH: IT'S MORE PRODUCTIVE TO WORK FROM HOME


16/03/2021




Aslıhan DOĞRU -TDO- In France, a study by the independent organization Sapiens Institute found that the productivity of those working at home increased by 22% due to the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

Last year, 22% of domestic workers worked more efficiently, contributing between 216 billion and 230 billion euros to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) during the pandemic, the study found.

The study found that between 167 billion and 173 billion euros were contributed to GDP through working from home during the first period of isolation, which began in March last year, and between 49 billion and 57 billion euros during the second period of isolation, which began in November.

Among the reasons for productivity in the study were working away from the noise and distracting environment of those working at home over the internet, better concentrating on their work, freely regulating coffee and meal breaks themselves, eliminating lost time in commutes and arrivals.


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