Society & Culture

Working from Home

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Posted by: gadgetgeek

10th Apr 2022 11:16am

Do you think you are more productive working from home than in the office environment?

Comments 4

  • 18th May 2022 11:12am

Office is muuuuch better for me getting work done.
I work in admin and marketing, so being able to actually speak to people is a massive benefit for me. I do find when I'm at home if I have a big project I get more done, but my day to day tasks are much easier in the office.

  • 1st May 2022 09:05am

Not for me. Office environment help me focus more on the work I am assigned to do.

Avocado Green
  • 1st May 2022 12:52am

I feel like there are more short breaks and distractions for me. So often slightly less time actually at the desk BUT these little breaks actually help to increase my efficiency. So it pays off. It's nice to be able to have that break when you need to ; stretch your legs, have done tea, look after your eye health, etc. Also saves time in travel and allows more sleep in time, which also boosts productivity. I find I'm much more tired after returning to in person work.

  • 30th Apr 2022 05:38pm

I work from home 100% so for me it is normal. I am productive because I set aside the time and don't allow interruptions to my work routine.

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