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October 2, 2022
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Younger workers suffer most from remote working, new study claims

Staff need on average three days a week (2.91) in the office to achieve maximum productivity, according to a new study by ISG. In results from the UK-wide “The Power of Place” study examining the future of the workplace, employees believed that spending on average three days a week in the office would be optimal for productivity. When asked how many days they thought would be needed to optimise their wellbeing, workers cited on average over half a day less, 2.34 days per week, in the office. The survey captured workplace sentiment at the end of last year, before the…
Younger workers suffer most from remote working, new study claims

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