As the number of remote workers working at home more often increases, research shows employees using such arrangements are thriving and even learning new skills, Amy-Mae Elliott writes. "The cliche of the remote worker in their pajamas watching daytime TV is no longer upheld by many, perhaps because as more people experience remote working themselves they see the benefits -- no commute, a distraction-free environment, less office politics -- as offering major advantages," she writes.

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