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How employers can design workplaces to promote wellness

by Libby Sander, Smh.com.au
February 23, 2018

Companies spend tens of billions of dollars each year on wellness programs – on gyms, health funds, yoga classes, and the like. But research shows only mixed success, with low take-up rates among employees and a poor return on investment for companies. People attending work while sick costs the Australian economy about $34.1 billion each yearthrough lost productivity.[Click to read more]

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Career advice 2018: How to make more money, travel, work from home — or experience a new job path

by Anita Hamilton and Gina Ragusa, Mic.com
February 23, 2018

If you’re constantly checking your phone at work and dreading the thought of going into the office — not just on Monday mornings, but on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, too — you might already know you’ve got a motivation problem. But before you give notice, take a deep breath. Feeling listless or unhappy at your job is...[Click to read more]

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How Can You Better Engage Your Remote Workers? 6 Ways.

by Anna Johansson, Mysanantonio.com
February 23, 2018

Remote work has become popular for a reason: Businesses can widen their talent searches when they don’t limit their workforce to a small geographic region. Related: Remote Workers Often Feel Snubbed by Co-workers, So Here Are 5 Ways to Make Them Feel More Connected At the same time, remote workers have proven more productive for many businesses, especially...[Click to read more]

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4 ways to make sure you’re productive when working from home, but not alone

by Jane Burnett, Theladders.com
February 23, 2018

It’s a problem as old as the concept of working from home itself: How do you stay productive when other people are around, tempting you with distractions of every shape and color? Here are some tricks to keep in mind when you’re working from home, and roommates or family members are making it difficult to...[Click to read more]

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Attention, Working Parents: These Are the Least-Stressful Work From Home Jobs

by LAUREN PHILLIPS, Realsimple.com
February 23, 2018

Finding a dependable job that pays enough and offers good benefits can be tricky; finding a job that does all that, is low-stress, and offers flexibility (or, even better, the option to work remotely) can be nearly impossible. Working parents—or anyone seeking a little more work-life balance—looking for these sorts of jobs can relax a...[Click to read more]

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7 Critical Skills for a Social Media Marketing Manager

by Abigail Rebello, Martechadvisor.com
February 22, 2018

Within the span of a decade, social media has overtaken others forms of advertising. For a brand to be noticed, it must have a social media presence. Cue the social media marketing manager. This individual brings the benefits of social media marketing to their brand or company. From LinkedIn to Twitter, from Facebook to Instagram,...[Click to read more]

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9 Business Ideas for Travel Lovers

by Saige Driver, B2B Staff Writer, Businessnewsdaily.com
February 22, 2018

Do you want to explore the world and be your own boss? Starting your own business doesn’t mean you have to stay in one place. Many businesses don’t require a brick-and-mortar shop, and some businesses will even take you across the world. Traveling and owning a business isn’t for the faint of heart, however. If...[Click to read more]

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