Do you equate being in the office with being a more engaged employee? You might be wrong. A 360-degree feedback process at an investment firm recently found that employees who worked remotely were more likely to be engaged and committed. In an era when it’s easiest to e-mail a team member whether that person sits down the hall or across the ocean, it turns out in-office employees aren’t necessarily better, especially if company leaders aren’t taking full advantage of face-to-face time.

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