The coronavirus pandemic has altered how we live, work, and stay in touch with loved ones. Many of us now wear a mask everywhere we go, work at the dining room table instead of the office, and video chat with our relatives to keep them safe. There is truly no part of our daily routine that hasn’t been altered.
To protect the health and well-being of employees, many companies have offered their teams work-from-home options in lieu of coming into the office. While the novelty of working in your yoga pants is a significant work-from-home perk, there is one aspect
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