Quiz: Is Your Personality Suited To Working Remotely Or In The Office?

Posted by Mark Murphy on 28 July, 2016 Interpersonal Skills, Quizzes, Telecommuting | 6 comments
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  • Sam - April 18, 2016

    Interesting quiz and article. Honestly, I feel it is always variable with different factors coming into play. Even if one is suited for the office environment, it is certainly does not seem right and unfortunately toxic for that person if he/she has to face a micromanager wrongly looking over shoulder or any toxic co-workers.

    Also, even for people telecommuting as long as they have a place that is conducive regarding background noise and less distractions that’s what matters.

  • Anthony Bergamasco - February 05, 2016

    This was a really interesting quiz. Thanks for posting!

  • Joanne Legault - February 04, 2016

    I like working from home, because I spend less time traveling giving me more time to work if I need too. I’m helping my colleagues it doesn’t matter where I am, they are always able to reach me across Canada. I’m getting old and it would be a good reason for me to stay more longer into ADP organization and share my knowledge.

  • Leslie - February 02, 2016

    This is a fun test

  • Aniket Ajit Umbare - February 02, 2016

    I strongly feel that working in office is more efficient way instead remotely.
    We always feel to work when we have emergency ofr we feel to. But in this situation the quality of work goes down due to lack of concentration towards work.

  • Margaret Menagh - January 19, 2016

    It is improtant to be flexible in any work environment

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