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Top Work Perk? No Place Like Home, Employees Say

If they had a choice, U.S. workers would much rather be able to work from home than choose the hours they work, new research finds. The study from Princeton Universityand Harvard University found that the average employee would take an 8 percent pay cut if it meant they could work remotely. Although flexible scheduling on its...
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