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7 Work-From-Home Jobs That Pay $100k or More

by Amy Elisa Jackson, Glassdoor.com
October 26, 2017

When we spot a dream job listing, we are eager to start the next day. But breezing through the application and salary negotiation processes is unlikely. And then there are things we can’t control like commuting into an office every day. Until now. These days, it’s very likely that you will find a high-paying, work-from-home jobthat checks all of your boxes. At...[Click to read more]

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Startup Diary: Why it’s crucial to build trust and pay freelancers on time

by Richard Rodger, Independent.ie
October 26, 2017

I’m writing a weekly series of articles on my new startup – it’s an exercise in radical openness. I got this idea for radical openness from a Canadian guy called Shane Parrish, who writes at farnamstreetblog.com. In particular, the idea that you should maintain a ‘decision journal’ – write down your decisions and your reasoning...[Click to read more]

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Five Rules Businesses Should Follow To Engage Employees In Building Customer Loyalty

by Galina Grigoreva, Forbes.com
October 26, 2017

There’s a big difference between employees who maintain your business and employees who want to help it thrive. Having a highly engaged workforce can transform your business, creating a customer-centric culture and boosting productivity and innovation. Employee engagement goes far beyond simply making your employees happy and satisfied. It’s all about emotional commitment to your...[Click to read more]

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5 Outdated Pieces of Remote Work Advice

by Jennifer Parris, Flexjobs.com
October 25, 2017

While there’s a lot of smart and useful remote work advice out there—there’s also some really bad, outdated advice still making its way around the web. Bad advice can be dangerous. It can slow down your job search, cause you to pick a job that you don’t really like, or even potentially do damage to...[Click to read more]

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The 4 Ways Businesses Can Boost Productivity by Focusing on Users

by Matt McLaughlin, Biztechmagazine.com
October 25, 2017

Users are at the heart of digital transformation, said Microsoft CTO Scott Emigh. Focusing on users can help organizations achieve the productivity gains that are a primary goal of most transformation efforts. Fostering teamwork and enabling remote work are key objectives as IT leaders aim to deliver the modern workplace, Emigh said during a presentation at the CDW Executive Summit...[Click to read more]

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Building a Collaborative Culture in Non-traditional Work Environments

by Rachael Powell, Huffingtonpost.com
October 25, 2017

Since its inception, the open-plan office has drawn its fair share of criticism. While initially conceived as a means to facilitate collaboration, some argue that the office layout style does nothing but cause distraction and dissatisfaction. Indeed, it’s fair to question whether there is such a thing as too much cross-pollination of ideas when employees...[Click to read more]

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Freelancing in America in 2017: What Companies Need to Know

by Sarah Rickerd, Business2community.com
October 25, 2017

The future is freelance. That’s according to the “Freelancing in America: 2017” study, commissioned by Upwork and Freelancers Union. The fourth annual study of the U.S. independent workforce found that freelance work is alive, thriving, and growing among skilled professionals. Among the study’s most notable findings are that: The U.S. freelance workforce is growing faster than the overall...[Click to read more]

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