The Flexible Road to Workforce Productivity

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 is especially embraced in emerging economies. 
 
Key findings
  • 77% think flexible working encourages greater sense of responsibility and time management. 
  • 74% say flexible working increases creativity. 
  • 70% say useful business connections are enabled through flexible working. 
  • 65% say flexible working helps make better quality decision making. 
  • Productivity can also be increased with cloud computing, knowledge management and better communication.

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