Prepared for Vernon S. | Delivered April 10, 2020
Distractions at Work
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To establish statistics on how employees being distracted during a crisis and not being able to do their work can be costly to the employer.
Studies show that
3 out of 4 employees
(70%) have admitted to being distracted at work during the crisis, with
16% of employees
stating that they are always prone to distractions at work with are without a crisis.
Distractions come in various forms;
54% of employees
aren’t performing impressively,
are significantly less productive and
are not able to fully reach their potential or advance in their career.
Remote and Office Employee Statistics
On average, remote employees tend to t
ake longer break
s compared to office employees.
In this case, remote employees take an average of
while office employees break for
However, remote employees work an additional
10 minutes daily
, compared to office employees.
On average, remote employees are unproductive for 2
7 minutes daily
, office employees are unproductive for
37 minutes per day,
not including lunch or tea breaks.
15% of remote
employees are likely to be distracted by their bosses while working, which is
for employees that work in an office.