Has remote work changed your relationships with colleagues? – The New York Times

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Office occupancy across the United States is still less than 50 percent of its prepandemic levels. Many people are working from home, which comes as a relief to some workers while others find it harder to socialize with their colleagues. Some have found inventive ways of staying connected, whether through virtual gatherings, instant messaging or in-person retreats.
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