A Stanford Professor Says Working From Home Makes You Happier and More Efficient. There's Just 1 Catch
Here's what the science says about the idea of not going to the office. Plus 7 other things that I think you'll like to read today.
Are you better off going to an office or working from home? For the first time, there’s some solid academic research on the subject, led by a Stanford economics professor.
Short answer: Employees who could work from home reported higher satisfaction and did their jobs more efficiently.
But there's also a big asterisk on that conclusion--one that might ma…
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