Remote Therapy // Apartment Therapy

Liz Presson • 28 October 2014

One of Sean Rioux‘s recent posts on Apartment Therapy is titled “Is Working at Home Right For You?”

The post notes that remote working arrangements can be “cost effective to the employer, more comfortable, and potentially more productive…”

Rioux sites a study from Stanford University which suggests that remote work results in work performance as much as 13% higher than in-office workers, and higher work satisfaction.

He also recognizes that this structure isn’t for everyone, as thus provides a check list to help weigh the pros and cons.

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