The main difference between office and remote work.

    I still can’t understand why most people prefer time-based work.
    I think this is most likely a scoop legacy.

    It seems to me that office work involves day work (the salary depends only slightly on the work performed), while freelance is a classic piece work.

    Now let's look at the vectors of interests of the employee and the employer in both cases.

    In the first case, the employee is not interested in doing more and increasing productivity, because he is paid for the time, on the contrary, it is beneficial for him to do less so as not to strain, while the employer is trying to squeeze the maximum out of the employee for the working day.

    In the case of piecework, it is beneficial for the employee and the employer that the work be done in the shortest possible time, in which case their interests coincide.

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