Do employees perform better solo or in a crowd?  

22 January 2021:

One of the enduring images of 2020 for many sports lovers – whether it be football, tennis or basketball – is the sight of matches being played in front of empty stadiums.

It’s interesting to consider the impact it has on an athlete. Does the lack of an audience affect their ability to perform?

It also prompts the question of whether employees perform better in an office environment – replete with ebullient colleagues – or in the relative solitude of a work-from-home setting.

The answer, it seems, depends not only on the individual but the role involved. With the Human Resources team, for example, those in editorial seem to thrive more on quiet time to compose stories and ponder the bigger questions in HR.

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Source: Human Resources Online

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