The things bosses are doing to boost productivity are killing productivity

In the era of remote work, bosses are worried about lazy employees slacking off. And so they're forcing workers to come into the office or deploying surveillance software to track their every keystroke and mouse movement at home. 

New research shows, however, that these actions are precisely what make employees WANT to slack off and "steal time" from their employers. 

The evidence is clear: The best way to drive productivity is to let employees work when and where they want, and to trust them