A recent study by researchers at Stanford
University found that telecommuters working from home outperformed their office-bound colleagues doing the same tasks. The research, conducted in cooperation with a Chinese travel agency, compared two groups of call-center workers who volunteered to be part of the study. The telecommuters took more calls, worked more hours, used fewer sick days, and were less likely to quit.
The results of the small study prompted the company to expand its telecommuting program. But, according to slate.com, half of the employees, including some of the telecommuters in the study, declined the opportunity, preferring to work the old-fashioned way.
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