This report from Regus is based on a survey with over 20,000 respondents from 95 different countries during September 2013. The report states that 75% of the respondents says flexible working improves productivity. Flexible working can also increase creative thinking, thanks to lowering of stress.
This white paper from Regus on Work:Life Balance is based on a global survey of more than 26,000 professionals in over 90 countries. The survey took place during January 2013. The survey reveals that work:life balance index has somewhat decreased compared to last year (120 from 124).
Certain market places such as China and India are being identified by more and more businesses as profitable for expansion, but setting up an operation abroad and the cost of establishing its initial business image are perceived as an obstacle. This Regus report, based on a survey with over 24,000 senior executives from over 95
48% of respondents, business people globally, to Regus’ latest global survey say that their stress levels from work had risen over the past year, and 63% believe that flexible working practices could cut the stress.
More business people across the world feel that their work-life balance has improved this year. The Regus' report explores both ‘soft’ indicators such as feelings of enjoyment, sense of achievement and satisfaction with the amount of time spent at home, and ‘hard’ factors such as working hours and additiona