Institute ‘Work From Home’ Fridays to Max Out Work Productivity [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Should your office institute “Work From Home” Fridays? According to this infographic by Splashtop, yes. Office employees who work from home report a 10 to 20 percent increase in productivity on the days in which they telecommute, and 36 percent of employees say they’d rather have the ability to telecommute than a pay raise.

Telecommuting isn’t just about personal productivity, however. Some 80 percent of U.S. workers get to their office by driving alone in a car, and the average commute is 45 minutes per way. In a world where gas prices seem to escalate by the minute, the ability to save on gas is good for employees’ wallets and the environment.

Check out more statistics on working from home below.

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