Working Remotely Means Higher Engagement


By: Carla Levy, Quantitative Storyteller | September 17, 2014

Gallup’s research found that remote workers tend to log an average of four more hours than those who work on-site, which results in better company productivity. Despite working more hours, working remotely seems to have a positive impact on these workers, who scored higher in engagement levels (32%) than those employees who work at the office (28%). 

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