Remote Workers Are Losing Out on Promotions
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New data shows that people who log on from home five days a week get fewer promotions and less mentoring than people in the office.
Fully remote workers are getting fewer promotions and less mentoring compared to people in the office.
For a while, remote workers seemed to have it all: elastic waistbands, no commute, better concentration and the ability to pop in laundry loads between calls. New data, though, shows fully remote workers are falling behind in one of the most-prized and important aspects of a career: getting promoted.
Remote workers are falling behind in one of the most important aspects of a career: getting promoted.
Read at WSJ
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