Paging Marissa Mayer: working from home seems to make employees way more loyal to their company. But the more months they stay at home, the less productive they are.
That's according to fresh data from Evolv, a workforce analytics startup with an impressive roster of Fortune 100 clients. Exclusively for Mashable, Evolv gathered and compared statistics on 21,000 hourly employees over 180 days; both at-home and in-office workers.
Employees who are allowed to work from home are significantly more likely to stick around. Their median retention rate is 28% higher. Check out this chart, where "survival" is the likelihood that these hourly employees are still working for you:
Read more at: http://mashable.com/2013/03/08/work-at-home-study/