Work-from-Anywhere Policies

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The terms “work from home” and “remote work” are often used interchangeably, but there is a subtle but important distinction. If one considers the literal meaning of both terms, the former is more restrictive than the latter. “Work from home” means employees have the ability and the prerogative to work from their homes. They can keep an eye on pets, avoid long commutes to and from the office, and work in their pajamas if they want—not a bad situation.

Remote Work vs. Work from Home

Remote work theoretically takes things a step further and suggests employees could work

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