The coronavirus pandemic is changing how people work.
Most people are working from home these days as part of social distancing and social gathering rules.
However, while people are working from home, it means they are balancing home responsibilities as well as meeting work deadlines.
Overall, though, “Our survey found stay-at-home orders have had only a 1 percent negative productivity impact on those working from home.”
“People have a slightly bigger productivity hit of 2 percent on average, but the folks that really were hit were those who were working alone without anybody else in their house to talk to,” said Valoir CEO Rebecca Wettemann, Yahoo! reported.
Most Ghanaian workers have been working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic for about 4 months now.
Chances are, your productivity has actually gone up during the time of working from home.
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