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5 Ways to Make Employees More Effective

by Robertcordray, Trainingzone.co.uk
October 17, 2017

Businesses are only as strong as the people they employ. To succeed, you must set up your employees to succeed. One compliments the other. In cultivating productive and effective employees, you might create the perfect situation for capitalizing on their accomplishments. You can use several techniques to improve their productivity and make them more effective....[Click to read more]

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Will ‘Work From Home Wednesdays’ Make Your Employees More Productive? With Parameters, Yes!

by Shari Buck, Forbes.com
October 16, 2017

Countless studies have been done to prove or disprove just how efficient employees are if they are in the office or working remote. I like to think there is a fine balance between the two. Most professions can benefit from a blend of both an office-based and remote workforce. There are separate challenges and benefits to...[Click to read more]

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5 things to know if you’re thinking of creating your own app

by Nick Levine, Nme.com
October 16, 2017

Louise Broni-Mensah, CEO and founder of Shoobs, tell us how she built her own nightlife app. In partnership with University of Salford As part of our #LifeHacks campaign for young creatives, NME and University of Salford hosted a special Facebook and Twitter live panel on Friday (October 13) featuring three people who are pursuing new and exciting...[Click to read more]

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These 4 Online Jobs Will Let You Work From Home. Here’s How to Apply

by GRACE SCHWEIZER, Thepennyhoarder.com
October 16, 2017

Well, you’re here right now, so I’m operating under the impression that one of the following assumptions must be true: A. You’re casually looking for a work-from-home job. B. You’re desperately searching for a work-from-home job. C. You’re reading this because you’re trying to distract yourself from cubicle life, and, therefore, you’re a person who should be...[Click to read more]

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5 Ways to Land a Telecommuting Job

by Gina Belli, Payscale.com
October 16, 2017

Telecommuting jobs are increasingly common. Working from home is up 115 percent since 2005 among the non-self-employed population. This is no surprise: U.S. workers want flexible arrangements. Many working parents would even choose it over a higher salary. So, if you’re one of the millions of Americans who would love to land a telecommuting job, read on. There...[Click to read more]

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Will ‘Work From Home Wednesdays’ Make Your Employees More Productive? With Parameters, Yes!

by Shari Buck, Forbes.com
October 16, 2017

Countless studies have been done to prove or disprove just how efficient employees are if they are in the office or working remote. I like to think there is a fine balance between the two. Most professions can benefit from a blend of both an office-based and remote workforce. There are separate challenges and benefits to...[Click to read more]

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4 Ways to Preserve Company Culture When Hiring Freelancers

by Brenda Do, Business2community.com
October 16, 2017

Fading are the days when workers congregate in a single location for set hours. The latest workforce trends indicate freelancers and distributed work teams are becoming the new norm. Because the flexible workforce helps companies gain the efficiency, agility, and innovation they need to remain competitive. But how do you preserve your company’s culture when employees are...[Click to read more]

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4 Time Management Tips for Freelancers

by Georgi Todorov, Business2community.com
October 16, 2017

As a freelancer, you’re bound to have the envy of your friends and family, but a lot of the time there doesn’t seem to be much ‘free’ in freelancer. Most of your time is taken up by work and the remaining moments by tasks that people think you can handle because you work from home....[Click to read more]

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Telecommuting Best Practices

by OON YEOH, Nst.com.my
October 15, 2017

There’s a difference between working from home when you’re a freelancer and working from home as an employee. Generally speaking, the phrase “telecommuting” refers to the latter. In my career I have experienced both. Although there are some differences between the two, many of the best practices are applicable to both. Not everyone works well...[Click to read more]

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