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Remote work is great for creative work, bad for dull work, studies show. Increased engagement and job satisfaction are the main reasons for remote work. Remote workers are more satisfied with their jobs as opposed to only 55% of on-site employees. Remote work will have contrasting effects on productivity, depending on the type of work that is being done. Lack of communication nuances and eye-to-face communication are key to remote work, according to a study by E. Glenn Dutcher. The absence of microexpressions and body language impedes natural communication.