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For many of the workers who were thrust into remote work during the pandemic, working from home has been a boon: no commute, more flexibility, less money spent on fuel and transit. But for some, it has also been lonely, depriving them of “hallway moments, kitchen catch-ups and chance encounters … the body language from across the conference room table that says things that can’t be said,” as one Microsoft blog post put it in November.
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