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12 Ways to Maximize your Remote Worker Contract

by Amour Setter, Bebee.com
March 23, 2017

The benefits of being a remote worker are numerous: personal freedom, improved lifestyle, no commuting, etc. In the USA alone 3.3 million full-time professionals, excluding volunteers and the self-employed, consider their home as their primary place of work. Before you go diving into a remote job, it’s important to consider what kind of remote worker...[Click to read more]

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The 7 Biggest Remote Work Challenges (and How to Overcome Them)

by Melanie Pinola, Zapier.com
March 23, 2017

No soul-crushing commute. No managers or co-workers hanging over your shoulder. No one stealing your lunch from the office fridge. Remote work is wonderful. But it’s not without its challenges. Ask anyone who works remotely as a telecommuter or from home running their own business: It’s not all rainbows and unicorns. A recent report from...[Click to read more]

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Tech Company Pays Employees to Stay Away

by VOA STUDENTU, Blogs.voanews.com
March 23, 2017

A technology company in California’s Silicon Valley is paying workers to leave the area. The startup company, Zapier, describes itself as “100 percent remote,” meaning employees don’t have to commute and work in the office each day. They can work from home or anywhere, like a coffee shop, if they like.[Click to read more]

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3 Onboarding Tips That Close the Gap for Remote Employees

by Chris Byers, Entrepreneur.com
March 23, 2017

What does the first day at a new job look like for a remote employee? Work attire: likely comfy clothes. Start time: flexible, perhaps with a “welcome to the team” conference call at 9 a.m. First assignment: Start getting familiar with new-hire training tools. There’s not a lot of oversight for a new remote employee, meaning...[Click to read more]

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Remote Workers Feel Productive but Also Guilty

by Dana Wilkie, Shrm.org
March 23, 2017

People who work remotely tend to feel guilty about doing so—believing that their managers and colleagues view them as lazy and out of touch, according to a recent survey. But that same research shows that remote workers feel exceptionally productive and, with the help of technology, have close ties with their in-office colleagues. Nearly 2...[Click to read more]

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5 Tips For Hiring Remote Employees For Your Creative Team

by Cosette Jarrett, Business2community.com
March 22, 2017

Hiring remote employees is catching on among businesses big and small thanks to the numerous benefits it has to offer both employers and employees (or freelancers). If you’re currently in the process of hiring remote employees or team members to complete your creative team, you might find that the process can get a bit complicated....[Click to read more]

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How a Business With No Office Has One of the Best Company Cultures in America

by SARA SUTTON FELL, Entrepreneur.com
March 22, 2017

In February, Entrepreneur and Culture IQ released their second annual list of the Top Company Cultures in America, featuring 153 companies with “high-performance cultures.” For the second year in a row, a company with a completely remote workforce is included on the list — FlexJobs. As the founder and CEO of FlexJobs, I can tell...[Click to read more]

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How to Be More Productive on Social Media

by Michelle Held, Entrepreneur.com
March 22, 2017

Anyone who has invested time managing and growing a social media following knows that it can turn into a time vacuum. Open up Instagram and suddenly you find yourself scrolling through beautiful photos from your friend’s excursion to Iceland. Those ponies are so photogenic with their manes blowing in the icy wind! Logging in, posting and...[Click to read more]

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