I worked for Yahoo for 10+ years and once I became eligible to WFH, I did so 2-3x/week, and I will say (with my then-manager’s backing) that I was FAR more productive than when I worked from the office. Why? I didn’t have to put up with numbskull self-important programmers constantly yakking to each other LOUDLY from the next set of cubicles about non-work-related stuff, and I wasn’t being distracted every 20 minutes by some bored soul coming over to my desk to go for coffee or foosball, or just to talk about the spreading ennui of knowing we were working for a company who’s glory days were long over, all while being mocked by the cheery emoticons and whatever new slogans someone thought would be inspirational posted on the elevator doors like some ironic torture device. Yahoo got a way larger ROI on me when I was allowed to work from home - I easily would put in 10 hour days from the comfort of my home office and the quality of my work never suffered, in fact, I say with full confidence that it improved when I was allowed this privilege.
(ca) No pots canviar la cara que tens, pero si la cara que poses. (es) No puedes cambiar la cara que tienes, pero si la cara que pones. (en) You can not change the face that you have, but you can change the face you put.