Pandemic | Almost half UK staff feel demotivated a year on from WFH

Almost half UK staff feel demotivated a year on from WFH

Almost half (49%) of UK office workers have claimed they have felt a lack of personal motivation due to being forced to work from home over the past year.

According to the Supporting Your Remote Workforce in 2021 and Beyond report, commissioned by smart locker provider Velocity Smart Technology, one in four UK workers stated that they have been less productive working remotely since the crisis, with 29% citing that productivity has improved over the past 12 months.

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