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Being a remote worker has advantages, such as working in your sweats on the sofa with your favorite fur baby at your side.

But, the down side to being a remote worker is often miscommunication and lack of professionalism when there is less face-to-face contact.

Just as any office has a code of conduct, so too should your home office when working from home. I was so honored when interviewed by Grok Nation to share best practices when working remotely. Here are my 6 Etiquette Tips for Remote Workers in Grok Nation.

Rachel Wagner is a licensed corporate etiquette consultant, trainer and speaker. Quoted frequently in local and national media outlets, she’s an innovator in her industry. To learn more about her business etiquette training services, please call 918.970.4400 or visit her website at www.EtiquetteTrainer.com