Having been in an office, and remote, throughout my career, I don’t think location and proximity have anything to do with it. I’ve worked in the same building with people for years who didn’t even know who I was, and I’ve had great relationships with people I rarely ever see, and I’ve had the opposite, people I’ve worked with very closely in the same location who I have a good relationship with and people I’ve worked remotely with who didn’t get along. All of it comes down to communication.
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