Sep 23, 2022

Bosses think workers do less from home, says Microsoft

A major new survey from Microsoft shows that bosses and workers fundamentally disagree about productivity when working from home. While 87% of workers felt they worked as, or more efficiently, from home, 80% of managers disagreed. Microsoft employees can work from home up to 50% of the time as standard. A phenomenon Microsoft has dubbed "the great reshuffle", sees workers born after 1997 nearly twice as likely to switch jobs. Its new Viva software, for example, allows direct contact to senior managers, online teaching and a channel to share personal photos - somewhat like a company intranet site with bells on to ring in a new world of work, which employers in particular are struggling to navigate.

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