It’s home sweet office for a growing number of remote workers

WHY I LIKE IT: “I don’t have to limit myself to the talent pool that already lives here or try to convince people to move here. I get the people I want, no matter where they live,” says Mary Ellen Slayter, founder and CEO of RepCap, a B2B content marketing firm. (Brian Baiamonte)
Remote working has its ups and downs, but it’s gaining in popularity and is a trend that’s here to stay in Baton Rouge—for now.

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