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Here are two factors impacting workplace productivity in HK

A report showed that workers will return to the office if they have their dedicated space.

Six in 10 of Hong Kong employees polled are reluctant to return to office but 94% are mandated to go to their workplace regularly in the coming months, global firm, Unispace, report showed.

Currently, 63% of workers go to the office four or more days a week, compared to the global average of 50%.

The two factors hindering them from being productive are “lack of privacy and access to quiet areas,” read the report.

More than two-thirds (69%) said they are struggling to work in the office following distractions and several meetings.

The research data also revealed that 59% of workers are currently hot desking with 95% willing to return to their office if they can have their own space.

More than six in 10 (64%) Hong Kong workers have experienced burnout, the same as in the UK, however, 29% of employers don’t believe this to be an issue.

The Unispace Global Workplace Insights report combined the results of an in-depth survey of 9,500 employees and 6,650 business leaders from across 17 countries globally – including more than 500 Hong Kong employees and more than senior decision makers from mid-large-sized companies in Hong Kong.

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