These are the biggest distractions for remote workers

These are the biggest distractions for remote workers

The workplace is full of distractions: be it streams of unnecessary emails, constant phone calls or water-cooler gossip, we all fall prey to office distractions at one point or another through the day – often to the detriment of productivity.

A recent survey from found that employees who work from home experience three times fewer distractions and disturbances during their working day. After interviewing  1,135 UK workers, made up of both home workers and office workers, the report found that 33% of office-based workers admitted that they experience an average of ten or more distractions during their working day.

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