Activities per year
However, much of the research around productivity and WFH has focussed on the impact on work, with limited studies on the broader social and economic benefits of WFH. This report fills this gap by examining the redistribution of time by workers who, by working from home, had reallocated commuting time to other activities. The descriptive component of the report outlines the percentage of time allocated to non-commuting activities and examines these percentages for sub-groups of the data sample. The productivity analysis focuses on, firstly, the total time reallocated to work, as an indicator of increased output, and secondly, the total time reallocated to non-work activities as a measure of productivity gains. The underlying assumption being that commuting time is an unproductive component of work.
|Publisher||Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC)|
|Number of pages||38|
|Publication status||Published - 2022|
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