Is Working Remotely Effective? Gallup Research Says Yes

In 2016, several US federal agencies called their remote workers back into the office, claiming a lack of evidence proving the effectiveness of remote work. The result – at least according to some data: an uptick in the frequency of sick leave and vacation requests, no increases in productivity and plummeting employee morale. In fact, Gallup data reinforces the circumstantial evidence collected by the federal agencies. Employers weighing the pros and cons of letting their employees work from home will be interested in learning about Gallup’s findings.

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