BOSSES think staff are less productive when working from home, a study says.
It found 80 per cent of managers reckon remote employees get away with doing less.
但 87 per cent of staff working from home claim it allows them to work equally or more efficiently.
Satya Nadella, chief exec of 微软, which quizzed 20,000 工人, called on companies to resolve the disagreement.
他告诉 英国广播公司: “We have to get past what we describe as productivity paranoia. There is a real disconnect in terms of expectations and what workers feel.”
He thinks home offices are here to stay, backed by 15 per cent of LinkedIn adverts offering remote jobs.
That compares to two per cent of pre-冠状病毒 vacancies and a peak at 20 per cent in the pandemic.
Microsoft staff can do half their work from home but must get manager approval for any more.