One advantage that many people benefit from work-from-home is eliminating hours of commuting and getting ready for work. According to a study, if the setup eliminated an hour of commuting, without changing time spent on work or reducing production, the result would be equivalent to a 13% increase in productivity (assuming a 38-hour working work). However, others spend this on household tasks and also taking over childcare and homeschooling. These changes opens door to find other ways how to support workers because there are jobs with no option of this setup, or some lose their fringe benefits because of work-from-home.
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