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Although most executives say telecommuting improves productivity and flexibility for working parents, they also believe it leads to slower career growth, according to a new survey by the Korn/Ferry Institute. 

“While some high-profile companies have stepped away from telecommuting, our survey shows that most enterprises still see it as an important way to drive productivity, increase retention and demonstrate inclusion in the workplace,” said Ana Dutra, CEO of Korn/Ferry Leadership and Talent Consulting.  “It is all about driving responsibility and accountability whether a person works in the office or at home.”

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