Working from home could be damaging for mentally demanding tasks

https://www.humanresourcesonline.net/working-from-home-could-be-damaging-for-mentally-demanding-tasks

Participants

  • Dainis Zegners
    Role: Faculty
    Reference type: Quoted

Media outlets

  • Human Resource Online (Online)

Description

Working from home, whilst doing complicated tasks and detailed thinking, might have adverse effects on doing cognitive tasks, according to research using chess players. The research is carried out by Dr Dainis Zegners, Assistant Professor in the Department of Technology and Operations Management at RSM, Erasmus University, and his co-researchers from Maastricht University Dr Steffen Künn and Dr Christian Seel.

Working from home, whilst doing complicated tasks and detailed thinking, might have adverse effects on doing cognitive tasks, according to research using chess players. 

The research is carried out by Dr Dainis Zegners, Assistant Professor in the Department of Technology and Operations Management at RSM, Erasmus University, and his co-researchers from Maastricht University Dr Steffen Künn and Dr Christian Seel.