Working at home does have its perks – your decor can be as quirky as you like. But more companies, including some in Charlotte, are telling employees who work remotely that it’s time to come back to the office.
Working at home does have its perks – your decor can be as quirky as you like. But more companies, including some in Charlotte, are telling employees who work remotely that it’s time to come back to the office. Elaine Thompson AP
Working at home does have its perks – your decor can be as quirky as you like. But more companies, including some in Charlotte, are telling employees who work remotely that it’s time to come back to the office. Elaine Thompson AP

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