Wednesday, June 23, 2021

“If an organization plans to allow remote work, the extra cost to subsidize the ability of workers to escape household distraction will be more than recouped in both the increased quality of work produced and the improved happiness of the employees, leading to less burnout and reduced churn.”
– Prof. Cal Newport –

We’re all now familiar with the idea of Work From Home (WFH). Yet what if the key to productivity with a remote or hybrid employee base is actually Work From Near Home (WFNH)? To learn more about this concept, Click here for the article What if Remote Work Didn’t Mean Working from Home?

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