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How Small Workplace Changes Can Make a Big Impact on Your Employees’ Productivity

by JOYCE M. ROSENBERG, Inc.com
October 13, 2017

Triangle Pest Control’s original workspace was a 2,000-square-foot garage housing 25 people — the technicians who did the bug control work, as well as all the sales and support staffers. It was hard for employees to handle phone calls when everyone sat so close together. “We were all crammed in,” says Triangle spokeswoman Laura Simis. Then the...[Click to read more]

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Work-from-home mom gets real about fitness: ‘I don’t care if CrossFit will give me abs’

by Ashley May, Usatoday.com
October 13, 2017

A work-from-home mom isn’t afraid to say what many moms are thinking: it’s difficult to carve out me time. Samantha Darby, lifestyle editor at parenting website Romper.com, said most days she’s jealous of her husband’s commute in the morning because he’s able to listen to a podcast and drink a hot cup of coffee. “I’m literally with my...[Click to read more]

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Austin is the No. 1 big city for telecommuting, study says

by John Egan, Austin.culturemap.com
October 13, 2017

Austin is the capital of Texas, but it’s also the nation’s capital of telecommuting. A new 50-city study shows that Austin boasts the largest share of telecommuters in the U.S. A Brookings Institution analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data indicates the share of workers telecommuting in Austin jumped from 4.6 percent in 2007 to 8.2...[Click to read more]

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How to Work From Home Like a Boss

by Melanie Feltham, Upwork.com
October 13, 2017

Maybe you have been thinking of asking your boss to allow you to work remotely a few days a week. Or, perhaps you have been mulling over the idea of using your free time to start freelancing in the hopes of becoming your own boss. Whatever the reason, more professionals than ever are deciding to...[Click to read more]

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Flex-Time Jobs: The 10 Best Career Fields For Making Your Own Schedule

by Karsten Strauss, Forbes.com
October 12, 2017

Many professionals yearn for jobs that let them telecommute, maintain a flexible schedule, work part-time, or freelance comfortably. But which career fields have great flex-time options? And which companies are offering them? A recent analysis by FlexJobs.com–a job search platform for telecommuting, part-time and flex-time positions–highlights career fields that had the most number of flexible job postings...[Click to read more]

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Millennials, who grew up with the Internet, accelerate shift to telecommuting

by Trisha Thadani, Sfchronicle.com
October 12, 2017

As companies get more comfortable with telecommuting and the U.S. immigration system continues to tighten, workplaces may start to look a lot more like Paul Walsh’s startup — with most employees in different cities. “I’d rather attract people who are the best at what they do, rather than people who are in a given location,”...[Click to read more]

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7 ways in which managers can degrade their employee’s productivity

by VARTIKA KASHYAP, Yourstory.com
October 12, 2017

“People don’t change jobs, they change managers” Creating an inspiring environment to fuel employee productivity is easier said than done. For any business, employee productivity is important. The more efficient the employees are, the more successful the business will be. As a manager, our goal should be to avoid any management practices that could be...[Click to read more]

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6 Simple Time Management Techniques for First-Time Entrepreneurs

by NATHAN RESNICK, Business.com
October 12, 2017

Time is an entrepreneur’s most valuable asset. People that start new ventures face many questions and challenges. When should I hire on help? Should I learn how to code and create my own website? As you try to find solutions to these problems, you’ll probably turn to friends, advisers and mentors for advice. All of...[Click to read more]

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