People working from home during the pandemic have discovered guilty pleasures they would like to keep, according to a study commissioned by cybersecurity company Kaspersky. Chief among these, Times Live reports, is the ability to work without clothes, while other novelties favoured by employees in SA include binge-watching Netflix and working outside in the garden or on a balcony. Saying goodbye to long commutes also made employees happier as they could wake up five minutes before work started, while many also enjoyed taking a nap during the day, more time for video games, takeaway lunches, and showering less often. The downside of remote work, however, is a lack of education around cybercrime, with a separate study revealing that 24% of respondents indicated they were affected by cybercrime while working from home.