My house, my rules” is a mantra that many are
clearly adhering to when working from home,
even when they’re technically at work.
Perhaps due to a lack of social barometers at
home, a blended work-life has led to behavior
that most wouldn’t dream of exhibiting if they
were in the office. Because respondents feel more
relaxed at home, one in 10 said they were aware of
colleagues using profanity more often than when
they were in the office.
Apparently dress-down Friday has expanded to
other days of the week, at least according to 11% of
respondents who said they witnessed colleagues
wearing inappropriate clothing during business
meetings. One in 25 revealed they even saw
naked or partially naked people walk by or in the
background of video meetings.
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