According to a significant new Microsoft survey, managers and employees have fundamentally different opinions on productivity when working from home.
Bosses question whether remote work is equally productive as being in the office. While 87% of employees said that working from home increased their productivity, 80% of supervisors didn’t concur.
In 11 different nations, the poll questioned more than 20,000 employees.
This difference in needs to be handled because it was unlikely that companies would ever revert to their pre-pandemic working practices.
“We need to overcome what we refer to as “productivity phobia,” because all of the data we have indicates that more than 80% of people believe they are highly productive, but their management disagrees.