Via Forbes
By Blair Williams

Recent research shows that employees who consistently work from home are less engaged than their in-office counterparts.

Employees typically love the freedom and flexibility of working from home. There’s nothing like the satisfaction of working in your pajamas and knowing the longest commute of the day is from your desk to the coffee pot.

According to a study shared in the Harvard Business Review, about one-third of employees worldwide (registration required) work from home always or very often. There’s one growing problem with this trend, however — poor employee engagement.

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