London: Researchers at the Centre for Economic and Business Research have revealed that office productivity is nearly five times greater now than it was in the 1970s thanks to the improvement in technology .
According to the report, worker productivity is set to increase by another 22 percent by 2020, Sky News reported.
Colm Sheehy, author of the study, said that employers will expect even more and they will be able to get more productivity from the individual within the hours that they're working.
It will become a personal choice where the barrier is between the office and home life, he said.
First Published: Monday, November 4, 2013, 16:59