R PALMER

Hello, Interesting article, aside from an opinion do you have any evidence of "productivity" benefits for wfh employees? There are many employee benefits, ie saves commute time is hence productive of their personal time, but actual PRODUCTIVITY of people working from home is now worse in many ways according to all the employers I know with less work done, poor answering of phones when called, poorer reliability and meeting of deadlines and that aligns with my past personal experience of people doing that as well in a pre-covid world. It's a small sample but representative enough to challenge opinions put out to audiences to ensure there is a sound basis for the opinion.

Carlos Cobelas

I agree with R Palmer. too many distractions when working from home. children, pets, television, the kitchen fridge, etc. other than commute time, I see no real productivity benefit in working from home for the majority.