66 per cent of remote workers are doing so because of Covid-19 concerns.
But this research, carried out in late March in the US, states that 66 per cent of the 45 per cent of people surveyed who were working from home were doing so because of the pandemic.
The other 33 per cent in that group "normally" work from home anyway.
Slack's 45 per cent figure is roughly in line with Office for National Statistics data that suggests 46.6 per cent of people in employment in the UK did some work from home in April. That figure later climbed to 49 per cent.
It is also possible Allsopp was referring to the fact that homeworking rates rose to 70 per cent among professional occupations and 67 per cent among managers and directors.
Indy100 has contacted Kirstie Allsopp to query where her figure came from, and we'll update you if we receive a reply.
In her response to the backlash her comments received, Allsopp also pointed out that her concerns are about "employers' behaviour not employees".
@ClaireClucky I’m not saying working from home doesn’t have benefits, my fear is about employers behaviour not employees.