Work Habits & Schedule Flexibility
Routines matter. Employees with consistent start times appear to be more productive than their peers.
Employees are working shorter hours with greater efficiency.
Reduced weeked working hours
Employes reduced their weekend working hours, showing potential signs of work-life improvement.
Shedule flexibility limits emplotees’ ability to connect with one another thoughout the day.
Workload Balance & Utilization Levels
There is an immediate opportunity to rebalance work and increase healthy work habits.
Employees with healthy work habits do not deviate from these habits for more than two days at a time.
Employes at the greatest risk of hours-based burnout spend more than 75% of the year in an overutilized state.
Workplace Focus & Distractions
The average workday consists of many brief focus sessions, as opposed to longer periods of deep work.
Collaboration tools are the number one source for focus disruptions.
Employees spend substantial time in collaboration and multi-tasking activities throughount the day.