The expression "out of sight, out of mind" can really resonate for those who work in locations other than the company office. In fact, for many telecommuters, burnout and resentment come with the job.

That's according to a report from HRDive, which finds remote workers are having a hard time of it — so hard it cites a study from Kronos reporting not only do 95 percent of human resources managers, administrators, and executives surveyed say burnout is a threat to retaining employees, but they don't see a way around it.

Billable workers, in particular, are suffering. Not only must they track, record and report those billable hours, but 22 percent of them underreport those hours — so says the Billing and Burnout Report — and feel "overwhelmed, full of resentment and burned out."

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