8 working from home myths

working from home – 8 common myths debunked

If you think working from home is the purview of underpaid Millennials, think again. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way everyone feels about working and if their role allows, working from home.

The typical remote worker, according to Global Workplace Analytics, is actually 45 or older and making £46,000 / $58,000 a year.
That’s just one of the many debunkable myths about remote work.

Even though the number of people who work from home grows every year, misconceptions prevail. But remote work is likely to be the future of many industries.

It’s suitable for employees:

  • it reduces stress – a positive result
  • saves time – a positive result
  • can boost productivity – a positive result

It’s good for employers:

  • it can save on office rent – a positive result
  • it lets companies hire from a global candidate pool – a positive result.

The sooner people understand the truth about remote work, the sooner we can all reap these benefits—so let’s debunk some of the top myths about working from home.

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