Canadian Business: Working From Home Hits Productivity and Morale

TORONTO, Feb. 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — In the latest survey from The Business Monitor, released by Modus Research, Canadian businesses were asked whether or not their organization required employees to work from home at any time during 2020, and if so, the impact that it had on productivity, morale and motivation.
Among those organizations that required employees to work from home (68% of all and 93% of large organizations), more than half saw a negative impact in moral and motivation (more than double the number seeing benefits). Large numbers of employers also saw a negative impact on productivity.This survey was carried out among a representative sample of over 700 Canadian managers and executives at the end of 2020. Unlike other business surveys, the sample is fully random and representative of all Canadian businesses.For more details see our website: The Business MonitorThe Business Monitor is Canada’s B2B omnibus service. Results from the Monitor are based on scientific samples of Canadian business leaders.About Modus ResearchEstablished in 2012, Modus Research is a full-service research agency that provides clients with actionable feedback from Canadian enterprises based on scientifically representative samples. We offer our clients exclusive access to the Modus Business Panel – the gold standard for B2B research in Canada.@ModusResearch
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President, Modus Research
1800 254 6944 x 244
cgraves at modusresearch dot com

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