Monday, January 29, 2018

Garden offices: How people shedwork from home

 New research shows that more than a quarter of people working from home do so from a home office and a third believe that a dedicated work space is vital.

The poll of 2,000 people by Drayton heating specialists shows that people particular value the lack of commute, flexible working hours (nearly two thirds both started and finished their working day later), and the ability to control their room temperature. The biggest distractions were social media and emptying the washing machine.

A quarter of people said they like to work with music in the background with 20°C the most popular temperature.

A spokesman for Drayton said: “There are plenty of benefits to working from home. Arguably the biggest challenge is staying focussed because there are plenty of potential distractions, but analysis of our findings shows those who work from home feel they are as effective if not more effective as those who work in traditional workplaces such as offices.”

Photo courtesy My Eco Space -------------------------------------------------
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