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Productivity is up in Canada, slightly down in the US, and significantly down in Europe, according to a new analysis of work at home activity.
From Feb. 24 through March 26, workers in North America slightly increased their overall productivity by 23% while in Europe overall productivity declined by 8.2%.
Canada drove this increase with a 25% increase in productivity overall and a 170% increase in remote work, despite a 72% drop in office-based work hours. The US saw a similar drop in in-office work and a 125% increase in remote work, which represents a 7.2% drop in productivity.
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