To stay assertive and ensure that she has a voice in the company, Case makes more of an effort to speak up by keeping her cell phone on all day and communicating with colleagues through instant messenger.
But because of this, Case struggles with keeping her personal and professional lives separate. She is constantly in contact with co-workers, but she says it's important to know when to turn off the computer and hang up the phone.
"Don't let people at work abuse the fact that you are working at home," she said. "Your time is just as valuable as theirs, and there needs to be a work/life balance, or you will resent your work."
Case spends an equal amount of time at the company office as she spends working at home, but she accomplishes more when she works by herself without distractions.
"When I'm at home, I'm focused," she said. "I would even go as far as saying I get more done at home than I do in the office."
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