Octavius Black, Mind Gym CEO has been mentioned discussing productivity while working from home, “There is a risk of productivity collapse as people burn out, can’t cope, feel exhausted, and opt-out. Companies won’t notice until quite far down the road, and will find it hard to recover.” Read the full article here.
Mind Gym has been mentioned in a Personnel Today article about the return to work. A survey of more than 2,000 office workers commissioned by behavioral science consultancy Mind Gym found that six in 10 wanted to remain working from home in some capacity on a permanent basis, rising to three-quarters in London. Read the full article here.
The UK economy is on the brink of a productivity collapse, with British workers admitting they could get away with an average of 2 hours and 20 minutes less work each day, and more than one third feeling less motivated as a result of remote working during the pandemic.
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