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COVID and Productivity – Canadians workers boost productivity working at home while European colleagues lag behind

Software-as-a-service monitoring company tracks how much time employees spend using Outlook, Excel, and Salesforce.

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.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story @ Canadian workers boost productivity working at home while European colleagues lag behind – TechRepublic

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