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The Truth About Working in a Virtual World

by Rachel Strella, Socialmediatoday.com
May 19, 2019

The digital business landscape has opened up a world of possibilities that we didn’t have 25 years ago. I live it every day, as our company is primarily virtual, with our contractors and clients dispersed across the globe. And because we are unable to physically work with these folks on a daily basis, it’s even...[Click to read more]

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When Your Bed is Your Desk

by Hilary Jastram, Thriveglobal.com
May 19, 2019

As the founder of Sick Biz, I have fought crushing fatigue and worked when all my strength couldn’t force my body to sit up. I was coerced into business ownership when transverse myelitis took me down in 2014. I’ve shown up for clients when everyone, including my doctors, told me to take a day off,...[Click to read more]

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5 Important Takeaways From Google’s Two Year Study Of Remote Work

by Abdullahi Muhammed, Forbes.com
May 18, 2019

Recently, the folks at Google published their findings from a two year study they conducted on remote work. The company is certainly in a good position to study this, as a full 30% of the meetings held there involve at least two time zones. The report published, ‘Working Together When We’re Not Together’ had some interesting...[Click to read more]

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The 5 non-negotiable skills you need to land a good full-time job as a remote worker

by Diana Gonzalez, Ladders, Businessinsider.com
May 18, 2019

Finding a completely remote job used to be a farfetched idea, but nowadays, the number of virtual companies is growing by the day. To be successful as a remote worker, you will need excellent communication skills and should be completely comfortable with regular phone and video meetings. You’ll also need to be tech-savvy and disciplined...[Click to read more]

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The Workplace Revolution – A Picture Of Flexible Working

by Harsh Lambah, Bwpeople.businessworld.in
May 18, 2019

Technology has played a key role in the emergence of remote working. One cannot delink the benefits of technology – access to Wi-Fi 24*7, handy devices such as mobile phones, tablets, laptops, etc which enables business people to work even when not physically present in their main office location. Imagine living without all this. One...[Click to read more]

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8 Must-Offer Benefits That’ll Attract and Recruit Working Moms

by Glassdoor, The Motley Fool, Finance.yahoo.com
May 17, 2019

There is a lot of female talent out there, and if you know which benefits to offer, you can hire that talent to work for your company. Finding female talent is easy, but making your company attractive enough for them to want to work at is another ballgame altogether. For instance, many women are also mothers who...[Click to read more]

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Six ways that employers can support the mental health and wellbeing of employees

by Amy H, Bdaily.co.uk
May 17, 2019

According to research carried out by the charity Mind, at least one-in-six workers experience common mental health problems, including anxiety and depression. It was found that work is the single biggest cause of stress in people’s lives – more so than debt and other financial problems – and a lack of employer support and training...[Click to read more]

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5 Reasons Remote Teams Are More Engaged Than Office Workers

by Greg Hanover, Business.com
May 16, 2019

For workers, virtual work and flexible schedules mean zero commute, additional recreational and family time, greater freedom to travel, more comfortable and personalized working environments … the list goes on. But what about for businesses? In an effort to retain talent, attract candidates and stand out in today’s tight labor market, more organizations than ever...[Click to read more]

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Does remote working really create advantages for businesses?

by Taylor Bragg, Techwireasia.com
May 16, 2019

TECHNOLOGY today has empowered the rise of the remote workforce, with more and more businesses now offering their employees the option to work from home. And this trend certainly shows no signs of slowing down. A recent survey by Owl Labs found that 16 percent of global companies are now fully-remote, and 52 percent of employees around...[Click to read more]


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