With traffic on the rise in major city centers, not to mention all the nasty weather hitting many states recently, you might be tempted to ask to work from home — even if it’s just a day or two a week.
It should come as no surprise that happier employees are more productive employees. A recent study by economists at the University of Warwick actually measured this phenomenon, discovering that happier employees are on average 12% more productive than non-happy employees, while unhappy employees are 10% less productive, thus resulting in a 22% productivity swing between …
If you are an employee, it would do you a lot of good to pay attention to what 2,000 hiring managers say about productivity killers. These company executives were surveyed by an employment service provider and this is what they have to say about what their employees waste their time on.
Forbes' third annual top 100 list of companies whose employees enjoy flexible schedules, telecommuting, part-time, and freelance work opportunities, is based on an analysis of more than 40,000 companies and the jobs posted on FlexJobs in 2015.