A new study by Alliance Virtual Offices has found that hangovers were among the top reasons for changes to remote working hours throughout the pandemic.
The study reviewed over 900 survey respondents and revealed that hangovers caused 26.3% of remote workers to change their work hours.
Additionally, the analysis found that, while priorities varied across remote workers, many of these professionals valued “being near nature” over “being near family.”
In addition to these preferences, the vast majority of professionals said they favored working from home over office time. In fact, when given the option to work from home, only 4% of workers chose the office.
Companies were also found to be making their own changes, with 87% of companies stating they would be adjusting their real estate strategies over the next year to accommodate more remote work policies.
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