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10 Inspiring Benefits Of Self-Employment

by Tanya Mead, Thealternativedaily.com
August 21, 2017

I have been working from home as a freelance writer for just under five years now. I love every minute of it, and I wouldn’t change a thing. Before I started working from home, I worked in various offices, in the areas of marketing, communication and law. While I had good experiences in these offices,...[Click to read more]

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This Innocent Email Habit Makes People Think You’re Not Very Good at Your Job

by BETSY MIKEL, Inc-asean.com
August 21, 2017

From entry-level to the C-Suite, from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, employees around the nation are suffering. From the deluge of email. Email is how we communicate at work. There’s no avoiding it, especially with the growth of remote work culture and work-from-home policies. You may rarely see some of your colleagues face-to-face. Emailing could...[Click to read more]

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How To Help Your Millennial Employees Through Seasonal Productivity Slumps

by Wes Gay, Forbes.com
August 21, 2017

Why does productivity feel seasonal? Students are returning to school this month, bringing an unofficial close to summer. Summer months often bring a sense of a “summer slump,” a decrease in overall productivity around the country. Blame the warmer weather, scheduled vacations, and increased social events. Millennials, particularly the younger ones, are not immune to...[Click to read more]

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Home on the job: Telecommuting offers opportunity but also comes with challenges

by Craig Guillot, Nwitimes.com
August 20, 2017

Working from home is becoming more common than ever, and a new report found the number of people telecommuting in the U.S. grew by 115 percent in the past decade. While telecommuting has tremendous benefits, it also can come with challenges and may not be for everyone. Experts say telecommuters need to be self-directed, have...[Click to read more]

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Workplace flexibility is the way to win the war for talent

by ANDY DEARING, Venturebeat.com
August 20, 2017

There’s a war on for top performing tech talent. Growth companies realize this coveted group of employees is critical in providing a competitive edge and delighting customers. However, top performing employees have an edge in today’s employment market fueled by a perfect storm of factors: Tech unemployment is at historic lows, and some tech sectors have...[Click to read more]

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The 7 Worst Reasons to Quit Your Job

by Alli Hoff Kosik, Brit.co
August 20, 2017

There’s nothing inherently wrong with saying sayonara to your current job. With the right timing and the right strategy for dealing with your disappointed employer, leaving your gig may even turn out to be the best decision you’ve ever made. We’re totally supportive of any decision that will advance your career and help you feel like the boss you are, so if...[Click to read more]

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It’s 2017: Do You Know Where Your Telecommuting Security Policy Is?

by Informationsecuritybuzz.com
August 19, 2017

The idea of working remotely is nothing new — businesses have increasingly allowed employees to telecommute over the last two decades, with some companies even going so far as to hire entire teams of remote workers. According to a recent New York Times report, more than 40 percent of employees work from home at least part- time,...[Click to read more]

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