10 Stats That’ll Change The Way You Think About Remote Work

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     If the thought of remote work conjures up images of pajama-clad parents with piles of pizza boxes in the background, it’s time to think again. Studies continue to show that the typical telecommuter is highly experienced and exceptionally engaged—and often more productive than the average in-office employee. We’re still not sure why Yahoo’s CEO recently decided to ban the practice, but we can tell you this:
Companies committed to remote work share two common traits:

- Happy employees
- Efficient teams

     Those aren’t claims based on anecdotal evidence. Numerous scientifically-rigorous, survey-backed empirical findings show how companies offering the flexibility to work from home (or coffee shops or co-working spaces) tend to be more profitable and productive than businesses that support on-site work only.

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