Most remote workers say they feel they're part of their teams just as much as in-office workers and also that they believe not being in an office makes them more productive, according to recent research from Wundamail.
The report was based on data from a survey conducted in August 2019 among 2,500 remote workers in the United Kingdom who are part of teams of three or more.
Some 61% of respondents say they feel "part of the team" to the same extent as in-office workers:
Some 72% of respondents say working remotely makes them more productive overall:
Respondents say the biggest productivity barrier they face is communication (47% say so). Maintaining focus ranks second (39%), and time management ranks third (14%):
Some 34% of respondents say they have taken advantage of the lack of supervision remote working offers, and two-thirds say they have not taken advantage but have been tempted to do so:
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey conducted in August 2019 among 2,500 remote workers who are part of teams of three or more.
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