Eminence

Our agency is based in Geneva.

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Born from the desire to offer you a tailor-made support, Eminence is your alternative marketing agency, specializing in consulting, brand management, creation, production and event organization. We envision and strive for solutions able to boost your business. Our motto:...
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10 - 49
2009
Switzerland
Eminence
Our agency is based in Geneva.
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Stratégie internet, Conseil stratégique, Community management, Digital marketing, Brand content & Advertainement, Street marketing, Buzz marketing, and Alternative events 
 

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Work from home is the need of the hour, and most of the companies across the world are implementing it. As per several pieces of research, employees that work from home earn more, quit less, and show more productivity in comparison to their office-dwelling counterparts. However, this remains a debatable topic as there are some researches that have concluded that workers at home are less productive and innovative when compared to the employees who labor shoulder-to-shoulder. According to Ben Waber, the CEO of the workplace analytics company Humanyze and a visiting scientist at MIT, the answer to this question is: It depends. This answer clearly states that the employees who wish to work efficiently would do that under any circumstances, be it office or home. I have tried to explain this theory with the help of some instances. A European retail bank hired Humanyze to analyze its office layout. At the end of the survey, it was concluded that the sales teams that spent time interacting in person from the office outperformed those who worked remotely. In contradiction to this, the research carried out on a Chinese call center facilitated that employees were, on average, 13% more productive at home, making more phone calls and spending more time on the phone. However, the scenarios of both of these workspaces were totally different. It could be best if we take some tips on how the employees are maintaining their productivity while working from home. Research has explored multiple variables that may influence the impact of remote working. Let's have a look at some of them: There are several companies that allow their employees to work from home for one day a week. It has been observed that these employees possess a disparate impact than those who are working from home full time. Furthermore, job satisfaction is exceptional among the workers who telecommute for a moderate amount. The work from home culture also influences job satisfaction among telecommuting workers by the same factors, which affect the office culture, such as feedback and relationships with co-workers and supervisors. Additionally, the employees get the advantage of flexibility and autonomy that follows while working remotely. In one study, it was discovered that workers with high levels of dependence on others do not prove to be as productive as the employees who are dependent on themselves. Hence productivity of such employees gets impacted when they are working remotely. It is believed that face-to-face interactions are one of the most necessary factors that drive the creative and innovative workforce. But, research from Harvard revealed otherwise. Researchers found that who worked in close physical proximity produced more impactful and innovative papers. Waber specifically mentioned that working remotely helps you the best if you are doing an external-facing job, and it demands you to come up with a new idea for a research project. He also added that if you are working collaboratively on a project, being in the office is the best to bring out the productivity in you. Final Words: The answer to the question of whether working increases productivity or not, can vary from employee to employee for their respective tasks.
Work from home is the need of the hour, and most of the companies across the world are implementing it. As per several pieces of research, employees that work from home earn more, quit less, and show more productivity in comparison to their office-dwelling counterparts. However, this remains a debatable topic as there are some researches that have concluded that workers at home are less productive and innovative when compared to the employees who labor shoulder-to-shoulder. According to Ben Waber, the CEO of the workplace analytics company Humanyze and a visiting scientist at MIT, the answer to this question is: It depends. This answer clearly states that the employees who wish to work efficiently would do that under any circumstances, be it office or home. I have tried to explain this theory with the help of some instances. A European retail bank hired Humanyze to analyze its office layout. At the end of the survey, it was concluded that the sales teams that spent time interacting in person from the office outperformed those who worked remotely. In contradiction to this, the research carried out on a Chinese call center facilitated that employees were, on average, 13% more productive at home, making more phone calls and spending more time on the phone. However, the scenarios of both of these workspaces were totally different. It could be best if we take some tips on how the employees are maintaining their productivity while working from home. Research has explored multiple variables that may influence the impact of remote working. Let's have a look at some of them: There are several companies that allow their employees to work from home for one day a week. It has been observed that these employees possess a disparate impact than those who are working from home full time. Furthermore, job satisfaction is exceptional among the workers who telecommute for a moderate amount. The work from home culture also influences job satisfaction among telecommuting workers by the same factors, which affect the office culture, such as feedback and relationships with co-workers and supervisors. Additionally, the employees get the advantage of flexibility and autonomy that follows while working remotely. In one study, it was discovered that workers with high levels of dependence on others do not prove to be as productive as the employees who are dependent on themselves. Hence productivity of such employees gets impacted when they are working remotely. It is believed that face-to-face interactions are one of the most necessary factors that drive the creative and innovative workforce. But, research from Harvard revealed otherwise. Researchers found that who worked in close physical proximity produced more impactful and innovative papers. Waber specifically mentioned that working remotely helps you the best if you are doing an external-facing job, and it demands you to come up with a new idea for a research project. He also added that if you are working collaboratively on a project, being in the office is the best to bring out the productivity in you. Final Words: The answer to the question of whether working increases productivity or not, can vary from employee to employee for their respective tasks.

Work from home is the need of the hour, and most of the companies across the world are implementing it. As per several pieces of research, employees that work from home earn more, quit less, and show more productivity in comparison to their office-dwelling counterparts. However, this remains a debatable topic as there are some researches that have concluded that workers at home are less productive and innovative when compared to the employees who labor shoulder-to-shoulder.

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According to Ben Waber, the CEO of the workplace analytics company Humanyze and a visiting scientist at MIT, the answer to this question is: It depends. This answer clearly states that the employees who wish to work efficiently would do that under any circumstances, be it office or home. I have tried to explain this theory with the help of some instances.

A European retail bank hired Humanyze to analyze its office layout. At the end of the survey, it was concluded that the sales teams that spent time interacting in person from the office outperformed those who worked remotely. In contradiction to this, the research carried out on a Chinese call center facilitated that employees were, on average, 13% more productive at home, making more phone calls and spending more time on the phone. However, the scenarios of both of these workspaces were totally different. It could be best if we take some tips on how the employees are maintaining their productivity while working from home.

Research has explored multiple variables that may influence the impact of remote working. Let's have a look at some of them:

  • There are several companies that allow their employees to work from home for one day a week. It has been observed that these employees possess a disparate impact than those who are working from home full time. Furthermore, job satisfaction is exceptional among the workers who telecommute for a moderate amount.
  • The work from home culture also influences job satisfaction among telecommuting workers by the same factors, which affect the office culture, such as feedback and relationships with co-workers and supervisors. Additionally, the employees get the advantage of flexibility and autonomy that follows while working remotely.
  • In one study, it was discovered that workers with high levels of dependence on others do not prove to be as productive as the employees who are dependent on themselves. Hence productivity of such employees gets impacted when they are working remotely.
  • It is believed that face-to-face interactions are one of the most necessary factors that drive the creative and innovative workforce. But, research from Harvard revealed otherwise. Researchers found that who worked in close physical proximity produced more impactful and innovative papers.

Waber specifically mentioned that working remotely helps you the best if you are doing an external-facing job, and it demands you to come up with a new idea for a research project. He also added that if you are working collaboratively on a project, being in the office is the best to bring out the productivity in you.

Final Words: The answer to the question of whether working increases productivity or not, can vary from employee to employee for their respective tasks.

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"10, RUE DE LA FAÏENCERIE, 1227 CAROUGE-SWITZERLAND", Carouge, Geneva 1227
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