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How To Actually Get Work Done At Home

Science can’t quite figure out whether working from home is a good thing or a bad thing. Some studies say it boosts employee productivity. Others say it doesn’t. Those conflicting findings are a constant in my work-from-home life. I spend about 3/4 of my time working from home and I’m much less productive at home....
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