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Saturday, 12 May , 2018

Married employees are happier working from home reveals Manchester Met research

Research by Dr. Eleftherios Giovanis, Senior Lecturer in Economics at Manchester Metropolitan, has shown that working from home makes some workers happier and more productive.

The research shows that married employees in the UK, particularly those with high skills, disabilities or online jobs, are more satisfied in their work and likely to stay with an employer for a longer period if able to work from home once a week.

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