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Satisfaction and Perceived Productivity When Professionals Work From Home

  title={Satisfaction and Perceived Productivity When Professionals Work From Home},
  author={Ellen Baker and Gayle C. Avery and John Crawford},
Despite increased interest in work from home (WFH) options, WFH is relatively rare. [] Key Method Questionnaires assessed organisational, job, individual and household factors as well as satisfaction and perceived productivity. The study results indicate that organisational and job related factors are more likely to affect WFH employees’ satisfaction and perceived productivity than work styles and household characteristics. Wide variability in the latter two variables leads to suggestions for customised…

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