State work-at-home policies can help recruit, retain employees, audit says


The state policy of allowing almost a third of its 18,000 employees to work from home could help recruit and retain workers without hurting productivity but with some short-term increases in expenses, a new audit says.

Legislative auditors reported that 5,500 employees from 81 executive branch agencies work from home either in a hybrid or full-time capacity, with 2,000 employees working from home full time and about 3,500 working at home and in the office . . .


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