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Christy Tucker

Moms Who Work from Home Are More Successful than Moms Who Don't | Working Mother

Companies with more remote workers have more women in leadership roles because the focus is on productivity and results, not office politics or "face time."

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  • The study's authors speculate that the reason the numbers are so high is because women at remote or mostly remote companies are more likely to be fairly evaluated.

      

    “It’s because remote work requires companies to focus on the most important aspects of work—productivity, progress, results—rather than less important things like face time in the office, office politics, traditional notions of what leadership ‘looks like,’ popularity or likability, or hours spent at your desk,” they write.

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