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I have been WFH (as a software developer) since the country went in lockdown in 2020. Overall the experience was very positive. I had more free time, I could focus better, I achieved some interesting results at work, and I didn’t catch a single cold in 18 months.
I made some estimations. I saved about 821 hours in commuting time door-to-door. That’s equivalent to 43 extra hours a month. If it doesn’t seem much, think it in terms of having 5.4 working days to dedicate to yourself every month. It’s hard now to say that I don’t have time for the gym.
It’s undeniable that WFH is a game-changer for many because it can save enormous amount of time, money, and environmental impact. Productivity is roughly unaffected on average, but on singular aspects, it can go up or down depending on the nature of the task and the individual.
Companies embracing WFH will have access to a bigger talent pool and they may save some costs in office space, but they have to do their homework to make WFH efficient.
WFH is not for everyone. Who doesn’t have a proper home office and who lacks on self-discipline is going to perform worse. It’s also a matter of personal preference: I know lots of people who actually like to work in an office.
The bottom line is that we will never find a one-size-fits-all solution because there are even people who like commuting.