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What employees really think about working from home

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Summary | 10 Annotations
three in four
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seven in 10
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concerned about recognition and career progression
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become disposable
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need to show they are being productive working remotely
2020/10/07 22:22
more time in meetings and a quarter said their workload has increased
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spending more time reporting
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42 per cent) are working longer hours.
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ive days a week working from home is not ideal
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doing tasks and are missing the cohesion and banter
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