IT Management Slideshow: What Your Employees Would Give Up to Telecommute

By Dennis McCafferty  |  Posted 02-24-2012

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62% of survey respondents say more people want the option to telecommute than ever before.

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53% of survey participants say smartphones and tablets are increasing the use of telecommuting.

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32% of survey respondents say they'd be "more" or "much more" productive if they telecommuted.

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34% of Americans would give up social media to telecommute.

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30% of survey participants say they'd give up texting if they could work from home.

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29% of survey respondents say they'd give up chocolate to telecommute.

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25% of Americans say they'd give up their smartphones to telecommute.

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20% of survey participants say they'd give up shopping if they could work from home.

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17% of survey respondents say they'd give up a salary increase to telecommute.

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15% of Americans say they'd give up half of their vacation days if they could work from home.

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12% of survey participants would give up daily showers to telecommute.

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5% of Americans admit they'd divorce their spouse in order to work from home.

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