Does Working At Home Really Make People More Productive?

by Pam Neely
Working at home is a mixed bag. Sure, you get to skip the commute. You don’t have to dress up for work. And you’ll probably attend fewer meetings. But then life intervenes, crushing those productivity gains. You have to deal with service people or supervise children. And the distractions mount up, like Netflix and the refrigerator.Read the full article