Working from home (WFH) is a common modern working practice where workers carry out their job from their home. This can be either permanently or on certain days as part of a hybrid working arrangement.
The terms “working remotely” and “working from home” are often used interchangeably, but there are some important differences. “Working from home” suggests a temporary state of affairs where workers are apart from the office, whereas “remote work” suggests a more permanent arrangement.
“Working from home” also implies the obvious—that the worker is at home—whereas with “remote work” a worker could be at home, in a coworking space, in a cafe, travelling, on a train, or in another country.
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