Working from the "home" office sure has its perks. You can go Friday casual or wear a tie. Suit yourself. And when you can finally take that much-delayed staycation to spend time with your two-legged companions (socially distanced, of course) you can even set your email to say: I will be out of the (home) office until next week.

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George Villalta, accounting coordinator at Plesser's Appliances, works from home.

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Denise Waterhouse of Massapequa Park keeps company with her four-legged buddy at home. She is director of development at Options for Community Living, Inc.


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Grassi partner and construction practice leader Carl Oliveri, of Garden City, made the most of remote work. He moved his home office to his kitchen for a recurring lunch appointment with his children every day at 12:30 p.m. He is seen here with son AJ 2.

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Suzy Silverstein, project manager at VHB Engineering, with her pets, Blanket, who was adopted from a farm in Tennessee, and Bubbles, a dachshund.

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Abi Rudow, a planner at VHB Engineering, takes a break.

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Nina McKenna, of Holbrook, works in accounts receivable at Aurora Contractors, Inc.

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Peter Mulhall, of Holbrook, project executive at Aurora Contractors, Inc., works from home.

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David Bomer, transportation specialist, PROS, at CN Guidance & Counseling Services, decked out in his cowboy hat, seems perfectly comfortable working from home.

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Artie Keegan, of Massapequa, senior director of development at New York Life in Melville, works from home.

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The work-at-home setup of Brian Miller, of East Northport. Miller is market development director at New York Life, in Melville.

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Pattie Dougherty of Huntington Station, an employee of H2M Architects + Engineers, found a secluded and quiet workspace -- in the back of her SUV.

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Josef Kapsa's commute was a breeze during COVID. Kapsa, of BBS, with children Joseph and Teresa on "Bring Your Child to Work" day, at home.

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Gabriel M. Divone Jr., of BBS, with his son Gabriel M. Divone III at home during "Bring Your Child to Work" day on April 23.

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Ruth Franklin, a supervisor in the assurance services department at Marcum LLP, has been working from her Massapequa home since COVID-19.

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Christine Zderko of Seaford, a graphic designer at Darby Dental Supply, keeps company with her pooch.

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Frank Puglisi of Merrick, a graphic designer at Darby Dental Supply, juggles two priorities: time with his children and work deadlines.

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