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Best case scenario is they are judging you by what they'd do. Not much
you can do about that.
Probably all you can do is meet your deadlines and not miss many phone
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Apparently, there is
some question or impression of "What is she doing? Is she doing
anything? What's happening when she 'works from home'?" This in spite of
the fact that I keep a detailed time sheet (each project/acivity,
expected # of total hours, daily hrs spent for
each item, etc).
How do you let
your coworkers know you're not sitting around twidding your thumbs?
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