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The Secret To Getting A Raise, Increasing Your Creativity & Sharpening Focus

by Emily Long, Mindbodygreen.com
October 23, 2017

When was the last time you took a day off? If you can’t remember, you are not alone—and science says that for the sake of your well-being, you should do something about it. According to a report from Project: Time Off, Americans don’t use all—or even most—of the vacation days they earn. While we accumulate an...[Click to read more]

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15​ ​mistakes to avoid​ ​when managing a remote team

by SCOTT GERBER, Thenextweb.com
October 21, 2017

Thanks to advancements in technology, the demand for remote workers continues to grow. Some simply need to telecommute part of the week in order to better manage life and work needs. Others work from anywhere in the world, offering unique skill sets that companies can leverage. Firms who need specific programming languages or graphic design...[Click to read more]

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How to boost your productivity at work: smart tricks to get more out of a day

by Nation Now, Wbir.com
October 21, 2017

Like many of us, you simply can’t get on top of your workload, no matter how hard you try to find shortcuts, master efficiencies, or, at the expense of your sanity, sleep less every night. Or perhaps your boss is turning into Bill Lumbergh — the suspender-wearing, coffee-sipping boss from Office Space – who expects employees to...[Click to read more]

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The Ancillary Advantages Of Employing A Remote Workforce

by John Feldmann, Forbes.com
October 20, 2017

There have been numerous articles and blogs written about the advantages of working remotely — both for employers and employees. According to a recent Gallup survey (registration required) of 15,000 employees, 43% said they spent at least some time working remotely in 2016, an increase of 4% since 2012. While it may not be feasible for all...[Click to read more]

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3 ways your remote team might get cabin fever — and how to combat it

by TRICIA SCIORTINO, Thenextweb.com
October 20, 2017

Studies show that employees who work from home can be even more productivethan in-office peers. They’re typically happier since they have more control over their lives and schedules. Business owners with a telecommuting staff don’t have to maintain expensive office space or deal with as many facilities management and technology support hassles. But ask anyone who’s...[Click to read more]

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Amazon and 3 Other Big Companies Hiring for Work-From-Home Jobs

by Jen Hubley Luckwaldt, Payscale.com
October 19, 2017

If you want to work for a brand-name employer, but you also want to do your job while wearing pajamas, you’re in luck. There are several big-deal companies currently hiring for work-from-home jobs, according to job listing site FlexJobs. FlexJobs recently compiled a list of work-from-home jobs posted in their database by employers like Amazon and Dell.[Click to read more]

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How Workplaces Are Improving Employee Health — And What Millennials Can Do To Help

by Larry Alton, Forbes.com
October 18, 2017

Employee health has always had a big impact on overall company performance, but we’re only now starting to take more proactive action. Poor employee health can cost businesses upwards of $225.8 billion each year, or $1,685 per employee, which includes lost productivity, time off work due to illness, and additional healthcare costs. This figure doesn’t include...[Click to read more]

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Why Your Organization Shouldn’t Abandon Virtual Teams

by Rick Lepsinger, Business2community.com
October 18, 2017

A common misconception about the virtual workplace is that the drawbacks outweigh the benefits. However, the benefits that stem from providing employers remote work opportunities include reduced employee absences, increased productivity and employee morale, a greater talent pool for hiring decisions, and increased financial savings through decreased overhead costs. After all, employers don’t have to pay for a physical space, electricity,...[Click to read more]

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