Study reveals 10% of telecommuters work nude
Wednesday, March 8, 2006
A gender gap also exists for showering on work-at-home days, with 44% of women showering, while only 30% of men did. The survey also found that 39% of both sexes wear sweats while working from home.
The survey also covered less racy topics, including opinions on productivity. 76% felt that working at home increased productivity.
The number of telecommuters has increased sharply in recent years. For example, 43% of U.S. government employees telecommute at least part of the time, up from only 19% one year ago.
- "Some telecommuters work in the nude" — , March 6, 2006
- Grant Gross. "Survey: Telework increases among government employees" — , March 6, 2006