With the added anxiety of coronavirus – its acute effect on health and the longer-term impact on business, jobs and the economy – it’s a wonder that anyone is getting anything done at all.
However, with many white-collar professionals now able to work from home – without the added distractions of the office (okay, slightly facetious, everyone is aware that virtual messaging channels can be an effective stand-in for the distractions of most modern open-plan offices) – could there be a productivity boon?
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