WFH paradigm shift
Whether we like it or not, working from home (WFH) has become the new normal for many people. It has resolved the problems imposed by the need to socially distance and a large swathe of workers now work from home. This method has overcome scepticism and overturned the myth of “if I don’t see you working, how do I know that you actually are”. These beliefs have been debunked by greater productivity that actually generates the opposite issue: people work more from home! This has been proven by data and especially those published by the giant Microsoft following its most recent survey on WFH with nine out of ten Italians stating that they work more from home compared to when they went into the office. Company leaders confirm this, with 87% of interviewees stating that they have seen positive effects in terms of efficiency and productivity. In particular, productivity levels have remained equal to or better than the first lockdown period.