‘All about balance’
But not every employee will be able to manage change in remote work “with the same skills,” says ProdScore president David Powell, adding that intelligence data on productivity will be critical.
“A load of laundry in the washing machine is perfectly acceptable, but you don’t want your employees to spend four hours during the workday cleaning your house. On the other hand, you don’t want your employees working 10 to 12 hours a day.” and neglect your family and friends and good health,” he says.
“It’s all about balance – and having the right data can help managers ensure that their teams are working productively, and at the same time not significantly overlooking their mental or physical well-being. has been.”
Remote workers think they typically spend 42 minutes per day on breaks while working remotely. But when you take into account biological needs, entertainment, time spent communicating with coworkers, and other household chores, they’re actually taking that average 2.7 hour break, as the previous report noted. Is.