How to Deal with Less Autonomy in a Hybrid Role

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As companies begin calling for regular in-office days for some of their remote workers, a visit to cubicle-land might be in your future. If this makes your anxiety creep up, you’re not alone.

Like millions of other former full-time in-office workers, you have likely become comfortable working from home. And why not? You’ve traded business attire and long commutes for slipper-casual, a 30-second bed-to-desk stroll, and the company of your best furry pal—just a few of the perks working remotely provides. And if you’re like most remote workers, your productivity increased while working from home.

So, if both

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