Remote work productivity & Covid-19 pandemicProductivity in knowledge work carried out remotely is a highly interesting topic for different stakeholders. Earlier research has shown that remote work increases work productivity, but we have little research on remote work productivity in Covid-19 pandemic. In a longitudinal study of Finnish employees moving to work remotely, we asked how they perceived their productivity in spring and now in fall. It has stayed about the same. This is a good result, considering how most of the respondents had little or no experience on working remotely before. Those employees who had experience in remote work perceived higher productivity, work satisfaction and work life balance. This may suggest that based on their earlier work they had adjusted to remote work. I believe that remote work can enhance knowledge work productivity if we understand more of the nature of knowledge work and organizing carried out remotely.