1 in 3 Czechs can work from home, 1 in 4 more productively, survey finds

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One-third of Czechs say they can work from home and about 28% currently do so, according to a new Solitea survey, Czech Radio reports. 

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Half the respondents said they are “equally productive” at home as at work. A quarter said they are “more productive” at home.

The survey, conducted last week on a sample of 2,000 respondents, found nearly 10% believed they could be “equally productive” working at home if allowed by their employers to do so, Czech Radio adds.

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