How Productivity Has Changed Among WFM Employees
COVID-19 has us doing more in less time
Could the office be detrimental to our productivity? Since many companies shifted to remote working arrangements, workday hours have shrunk, however employee productivity remained steady and even increased, according to data collected by Prodoscore, provider of employee visibility and productivity intelligence software. Looks like we’re accomplishing more in less time.
The study found that calendar time had dropped nearly 23 percent compared to the year prior, registering an average of 116 minutes of productive time per day. However, productivity levels from May to August 2020 were up 5 percent compared to the same timeframe in 2019.
Prodoscore also pinpointed when its users are getting more done, with the window of greatest productivity from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday is the most productive day of the week, followed by Wednesday and Thursday. And it’s no surprise that productivity is the lowest on Friday.
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