At this point, working from home is no longer a strange new phenomenon. There are however many fascinating aspects of this era of remote work according to a recently released report. JDP recently surveyed more than 2,000 Americans who typically work in offices who are now working from home full-time to try and learn more about how much they’re working, productivity levels, and whether or not they’re boss trusts them working remotely.
They found that 77% of those surveyed said they are working different hours from home than they would at the office. 66% said they are more likely to work nights and weekends than before. 67% of Americans surveyed said their productivity is the same or better working from home, although 54% reported more distractions working from home. 42% said they are working less than usual from home. 33% reported working more. Those who are working more said it was hard to keep boundaries between work and home life as the main reason. Those working less reported having less work to do. 92% of respondents said they believe their boss trusts them working from home…and 86% say they’ve taken advantage of their freedom while working remotely. The full report can be seen in the graphic below.