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Straightening preferences

Straightening preferences

Before deciding on how to create a hybrid work schedule for when you'll work from home and at the office you must consider the tasks that you'd prefer doing in the office, such as project meetings that are best done in person.

Moreover, don't limit yourself to one schedule only and insted flex your preferences over time. 


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