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Legal Bits and Bytes--The Many Benenfits of a Remote Office
In this video I discuss how a remote office/flexible work schedule can actually be beneficial for both the employee and the employer in times of illness.
And, just to clarify my goals in creating these videos--I try to do them in one take and interruptions in the form of people smaller than myself, aka my offspring, occassionally occur. So, for example, when I appear to "shush" the camera in this video, rest assured, that's not the case!