Does Work From Home Equal Lower Productivity?

When considering what productivity actually is or by looking at its actual definition, there are two things that spring to mind in quick succession. First, the efficiency of any business can be measured by the rate of output per unit of input, and second, the defining factor of the input is people. Since the pandemic…

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Improving Employee Productivity

According to a study from Microsoft in 2015, the average attention span has decreased to 8.25 seconds. In a world with constant multi-stimuli, how do we keep our employees at maximum productivity without having them burn out? We decided to stop treating work as work and turned it into a game.  Points have been assigned…

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