The Impact of Working at Home on Career Outcomes of Professional Employees
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Tolbert, Pamela S.; Simons, Tal
This research examines the claim that working at home adversely affects employees' career progress, by comparing the career achievements of professional employees who work at home and those who do not. The findings contradict assertions of negative consequences of working at home. Implications for research and practice are discussed.
career; employment; working at home
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