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8. Remote Arguments

For and Against Remote Possibilities
Shawn Belling1  
(1)
Fitchburg, WI, USA
 

At no point do I assume or recommend that remote work scenarios are perfect or even a fit for every organization or type of work. There are simply some types of work where you just have to be physically present to perform the job – this book assumes this is the case. More critically and germane to the points and perspectives in this book – from a culture and leadership perspective, there are some organizations that, for any number of reasons, are not suited to or would not find remote ...

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