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The 7 best tools for freelancers in 2019

by LYDIA DISHMAN, Fastcompany.com
January 3, 2019

Call them contract or gig workers, consultants, or just freelancers. The ranks of individuals working for themselves are growing. And when you are running your own show, you have to wear many hats (accountant, office manager, IT administrator, secretary, salesperson, and, of course, professional in your area of expertise)–and all of them usually on the...[Click to read more]

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Elon Musk is wrong. Working extremely long hours doesn’t make you better at your job.

by Nicole Wetsman, Popsci.com
January 3, 2019

In 1926, Henry Ford shocked industry leaders around the world when he announced a five-day workweek for his Ford employees. “Just as the eight-hour day opened our way to prosperity in America, so the five-day workweek will open our way to still greater prosperity…it is high time to rid ourselves of the notion that leisure...[Click to read more]

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Ways to Enhance Employees’ Creativity and Innovation in the Workplace

by John Reiley, Influencive.com
January 3, 2019

Running your own business is a challenge that not many people are prepared to undertake today. This is primarily because you must be both creative and innovative at the same time. These are the two keys to growing your business, but they do take both time and effort. Fortunately, there are some tips that will help...[Click to read more]

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Companies should be required to allow telecommuting: Letter

by Asbury Park Press, App.com
January 2, 2019

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, of the country’s150 million workers, approximately 85 percent drive to their workplace in an automobile. This means 128 million people are out on our roads and bridges and in our tunnels every day. All these cars are wreaking immeasurable damage on our health, environment and infrastructure.[Click to read more]

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Flexible working: what is it and how to put in a flexible working request

by JESS EDWARDS, Cosmopolitan.com.uk
January 2, 2019

January is one of the most popular times for employees to take a closer look at their jobs, perhaps by asking for a pay rise, exploring a change in career, or even taking a sabbatical. Yes, the start of the New Year is often a time for professional reflection, but that doesn’t necessarily mean packing in your job altogether....[Click to read more]

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These Are the Top Skills Businesses and Job Recruiters Are Looking for Most in 2019

by RACHEL KING, Fortune.com
January 2, 2019

LinkedIn just published its annual “Top Skills” list, which analyzes data across the professional social network in order to rank which skills are both in high-demand and low-supply. The Microsoft-owned brand happens to be releasing the news at the turn of the new year as employees often start the year with resolutions to learn new...[Click to read more]


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