Working from home has its benefits: you can't beat the commute, the dress code is pretty flexible, and the kitchen always seems to have your favorite snacks stocked — and if it doesn't, you know exactly who to blame.
That said, it's also not all it's cracked up to be, either. When you work from home, you're pretty much always at work. Achieving any kind of work-life balance is a big struggle.
And the lack of human contact? Well, one researcher has an idea for that, but we're not sure it's for everyone.