Only 18 percent of staff think hybrid working has improved productivity

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New research, from UK-based IT consultancy and services provider Doherty Associates, finds that only 18 percent of workers in two key sectors think that hybrid working has substantially improved productivity.

The survey of 889 employees working in the UK capital markets and legal industries looked to uncover how the working-from-home revolution and subsequent technological adoption have impacted productivity.

It reveals that 23 percent of workers think they have too many different tools to be productive. While 35 percent struggle to find the information and data needed to do their jobs. Of those who struggle to find information and data, 15 percent say that this is a daily occurrence.