Workplaces of the future: the key is better management of invisible workers

By Anna Patty
Updated June 6 2015 - 10:08am, first published May 31 2015 - 3:55pm
Research shows people who work from home tend to work longer hours and work in weekends.
Research shows people who work from home tend to work longer hours and work in weekends.

The long-awaited working from home revolution is unlikely to take off until managers improve their skills in measuring the performance of "invisible" workers, a workplace expert warns.

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