A recent study has revealed that a fifth of all home workers stay in their pyjamas all day. A much smaller number, just 2% revealed that they work naked (as illustrated by the lady sitting at Steuart Padwick's Stroller Desk for the UK company MADE). Those who work from home claim it is a better environment to focus as they find work colleagues distracting. The figures were revealed in a study of 1,300 UK workers by computer memory and storage experts CRUCIAL. On 6 April 2014, life coach Dr Sally Ann Law was quoted in the Daily Mail as saying, 'The best ideas come from happy and productive workers. If people work in a less stressful environment, they will produce more creative and innovative business ideas. If they are not able to do this, it can have a serious impact on their quality of work. Employers also benefit from calmer, less stressed workers - with 40 per cent saying they would willingly work longer hours if they could do so from home'. A rise in the quantity of home workers across the country could spark an increase in sales for nightwear companies, but somewhat more alarmingly it could dramatically increase the number of people at their desks sporting nothing more than their sun tan!

Naked woman at desk Study reveals 2% of home workers stay nude all day