Employees experience more job-related well-being when working from home, in comparison to when they work at the office, researchers from the US revealed in a new study. However, the study found that not everybody benefits the same way. Several individual factors (e.g., degree of openness to experience, rumination, or social connections outside the office), influence the extent to which home office has positive effects.
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