Early last week Lifehacker posted a story about a recent Stanford University experiment on teleworkers in a Chinese travel agency. It turns out that those who worked from home were significantly more productive (i.e. received more calls thus booked more flights) than their office-bound counterparts. To be more precise, teleworkers logged 15% more calls overall, 4% from more calls per hour and 11% from more hours worked.
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