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Good morning, PR pros:

You probably remember the viral video of a BBC Skype interview gone wrong when the interviewees’ kids barge into the room:

According to new research, such missteps are becoming more common. The Society for Human Resource Management reported that almost 70% of organizations allow employees to work from home and that 27% of workers are now full-time telecommuters.

That means there’s plenty of fodder for watercooler conversation and general embarrassment.

The Wall Street Journal reported:

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