I estimate that in-the-office workers get up to 50% more career-building options than remote workers. Therefore, if you are ambitious, an innovator, or hope to become a leader in your current organization. It’s time to realize that until you make a commitment to “come into the office” full-time. You are not likely to meet any of your ambitious goals.
A Manager’s Familiarity, Trust, And Confidence In You Increases Career Opportunities
The foundation principle here is based on the management phenomenon known as “proximity bias.” This is where managers have a favorable bias toward workers that spend all of their