Nearly Half of DoD Employees Got More Productive

Nearly Half of DoD Employees Got More Productive
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The Defense Department's abrupt and rocky shift to telework amid the coronavirus pandemic had an unexpected benefit: It did away with pointless meetings, office distractions and tiring commutes that sapped employees' and troops' productivity.

The Pentagon's inspector general said in a report released Thursday that 47% of respondents to a survey on teleworking practices reported that their productivity increased while working from home during the pandemic. Another 41% felt they were about as productive while teleworking as they were in the office, and nearly 12% felt their productivity slipped.

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