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Telework delivers increases in productivity and wellbeing

Telework delivers increases in productivity and wellbeing

Publication: Phys Org
Title: Telework delivers increases in productivity and wellbeing
Date: 12 November 2012

Anywhere working can lead to isolation and there are issues around how to ensure employees feel part of the organisation and/or connected to others. A number of other issues discussed in the literature include managers being reluctant to manage employees remotely (visibility or presentism issues), employee wellbeing (for example work ntensification) and understanding the business case for working flexibly, for example how does anywhere working provide better service to customers.  Research from IBES (University of Melbourne) who are part of the Anywhere Research Network, released some of their findings this week.

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