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Should you try to get ahead at work by staying behind?

Should you burn the midnight oil to get ahead at work? Workplace psychologist Dr. Jennifer Newman gives her take. (Evan Mitsui/CBC)

So, you want to get ahead at work but you don't know how to do it.

Some say be efficient and leave work on time, others say stay at your desk longer than anybody else and come in on the weekends.

So which is best: efficient time or logging "face time?" Workplace psychologist Dr. Jennifer Newman gives her take.

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