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The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced that it is planning to limit the number of days employees can work from home. After years of allowing telework for up to four days a week, employees are now limited to working from home once a week, and for no more than two days per pay period. Regional federal employees, a fifth of whom telework, are wondering if their agencies will follow suit. We look at the benefits and drawbacks of telework, and examine how changes to federal workplace culture and labor practices could effect the region.
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