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Remote working improves productivity — but bosses aren’t getting the memo

by David Donaldson, Themandarin.com
July 12, 2017

Although the public sector is gradually rolling out flexible working to more and more roles, it is being taken up across the economy more slowly than expected due to concerns about productivity, argues workplace psychologist George Mylonas. “Employers worry they will lose control over remote workers and be unable to supervise them, provide constructive feedback and...[Click to read more]

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How to Tell If a Work-From-Home Job Is a Scam

by Jessica Mattern, Uk.finance.yahoo.com
July 12, 2017

Work-at-home jobs are often an ideal way to pursue your career goals, earn an income, and achieve better work-life balance-all from the comfort of your home. But while a work-from-home opportunity may sound like a dream gig, it won’t be if the job listing turns out to be a scam. While the number of remote job opportunities...[Click to read more]

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10 Work-From-Home Jobs That Pay $100,000 Or More

by JUDITH OHIKUARE, Refinery29.com
July 12, 2017

You can watch movies without leaving home, buy groceries without leaving home, and, increasingly, get paid without leaving home, too. According to FlexJobs’ 2017 State of Telecommuting in the U.S. Employee Workforce report, the number of people telecommuting in the United States increased 115% between 2005 and 2015. Part of that is attributed to developments in technology,...[Click to read more]

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Remote or home working more of a preference for baby boomers than millennials

by Sara Bean, Workplaceinsight.net
July 12, 2017

Perhaps it’s something to do with the housing issues many people from the younger generations now have to deal with; i.e. either live with parents or endure an overpriced house share, but those under 35 are reported to actually prefer working from the office to remote or home working. This differs from baby boomers, who...[Click to read more]

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It’s Not Your Team, It’s You — How To Tell If You Need A Leadership Coach Or A Team Coach

by Shawn Kent Hayashi, Forbes.com
July 12, 2017

Sometimes leaders know there’s a problem, they just don’t know who or what is causing it. It can be especially difficult for them to spot the cause when it’s rooted in their own behavior. Sometimes leaders who approach me for help in addressing issues with team dynamics think they need a team coach when they really need...[Click to read more]

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Don’t Believe in Working Remotely? Here Are 2 Strategies That Changed My Mind.

by John Suh, Entrepreneur.com
July 11, 2017

I’m a big believer in face-to-face communication. It creates a dynamic that can’t be replicated. Research has shown that just shaking hands in person leads to an increase in cooperative behavior and more open and honest communication. High definition video conferencing is the closest you can get to in-person, but everything else is a poor substitute. That...[Click to read more]

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5 things high-powered women need to know about work-life balance

by Alison Bowen, Chicagotribune.com
July 11, 2017

At a leadership conference in a Chicago hotel last summer, high-powered female executives swapped stories about their parenting struggles. They recounted concerns about missing soccer games and feeling guilt when they worked late. These women were attending a Women on Point conference, which offers leadership training aimed at female leaders. This year’s conference is July...[Click to read more]

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Why wireless technology can help you attract and retain the best staff

by Madeline Bennett, Telegraph.co.uk
July 11, 2017

Going wireless not only cuts costs and production times but can also boost staff well-being and open up your talent pool. A business is only as good as its people, making staff retention and the recruitment of top talent incredibly important for any company. Achieving these goals can be helped by implementing the right IT infrastructure,...[Click to read more]

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Train chaos: Rail bosses advise commuters ‘work from home’ to avoid August disruption

by Marc Walker, Dailystar.co.uk
July 11, 2017

The railway network will be crippled by “mega-projects” at major transport hubs, affecting stations across the country. Travellers have been warned of overcrowding and long queues, even at stations hundreds of miles from cities, as the knock-on effect sparks chaos. The works include a month-long extension of platforms at London’s Waterloo station.[Click to read more]

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