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UK home workers held back by poor broadband

Wednesday 17 June 2015 | 11:03 CET | News
The productivity of homeworkers is being held back by poor home broadband, according to research by UK fibre broadband provider Hyperoptic. The research shows that, on average, homeworkers work longer hours than their office-based counterparts, with 93 percent of respondents working more hours due to the time saved from the commute and 63 percent claiming to work over an hour extra each day. However, almost three quarters (72%) admitted to feeling more productive in the office, largely due to poor connectivity at home. A total of 90 percent of respondents said their home broadband was slower

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: Hyperoptic
Countries: United Kingdom
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