Employees call for more homework

MORE than 57 per cent of employees would prefer to be working from home and 70.7 per cent said they would be as productive as if they were at ‘work’ a Morgan & Banks survey has found.

Morgan & Banks director David Reynolds said employer concerns about productivity levels had traditionally been a stumbling block against allowing employees work from home.

However, more than 83 per cent of those surveyed said productivity could be measured accurately if they worked from home, he said.

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