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Rise of the digital nomad

by Mark Frary, Raconteur.net
December 7, 2018

Much has changed since 1980 when Dolly Parton released the song 9 to 5. Most people in Europe work less than a 40-hour week, according to the EU Labour Force Survey, and the average is falling. Remote working is also rising. In the US, the number of remote workers increased from 39 to 43 per cent...[Click to read more]

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Your year as a remote worker

by Laura Oliver, Raconteur.net
December 7, 2018

From the window behind your desk you can just see Rio’s Ipanema beach. The last street lights are blinking off as the sun rises. You’ve been up since 5am – the only time of day when you, the London head office and your colleagues in Tokyo are in the same time zone. This morning’s video...[Click to read more]

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6 Simple Ways Founders Can Inspire Their First Employees

by John Rampton, Mysanantonio.com
December 7, 2018

Employees, especially startup employees, don’t respond well to leaders whose actions don’t match their words. Close-knit teams quickly recognize when their bosses say one thing and do another. Hypocritical leadership lowers employee productivity, harms workplace morale and decreases the company’s ability to innovate, per Interact. The more frequent the hypocrisy, the more dramatic the negative effects...[Click to read more]

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Six tips for happy, productive remote working

by Paul N. Frater, Lauren L. Sullivan, Sciencemag.org
December 6, 2018

We were ecstatic when our supervisors allowed us to work remotely. Friends in graduate school, we hadn’t worked in the same place in years. But our lives had taken a similar turn. Paul—a scientist at a state agency at the time—was living apart from his wife on weekdays. Every Friday he’d leave his office and...[Click to read more]

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How To Curb Three Leading Productivity Killers: Lack Of Sleep, Poor Posture And Stress

by Sherry McAllister, Forbes.com
December 6, 2018

Nonprofit leaders and employees are usually passionate about their organization’s mission, values and goals. This sense of personal fulfillment is often a benefit itself, so leaders and employees may not recognize that their long workdays, frequent travel and taking work home are detracting from essential self-care activities, such as exercise, healthy eating and sleep.[Click to read more]


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