Productivity | Shocking number of workers skive for 2 hours a day

Shocking number of workers skive for 2 hours a day

Allowing staff to work from home means that employers must place a certain level of trust in their employees, believing that they will complete their daily tasks as if they were in the office. After UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson instructed all employees to work from home where possible in March this year in order to help stop the spread of the virus, employers across the nation had to get used to the idea of their staff working out of their sight and learning to trust they were working their full day. But while bosses are out sight, they are likely to be out of mind, which may lead to some staff taking advantage and slacking off during the workday. From our content partner 5 Tips to Stay Productive While Working From Home This has been supported by recent stats, which discovered that...

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