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The 25 Best Sites For Finding Remote Work

by Leslie Zaikis, SkillCrush.com
October 10, 2014

As you wait impatiently in line for your mislabeled coffee cup (you’re already going to be 20 minutes late to the office), take a step back and think: THIS could be your office. You could skip the commute, bring your laptop and charger, and power through your to do list from anywhere, wherever you are. Working...[Click to read more]

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Remote working and the modern office: how to strike a productive balance

by Carrie Dunn, Theguardian.com
October 9, 2014

With remote working, video conferencing and social networking it’s easy to think that actually going into the office is no longer a compulsory part of anyone’s job. The much-mooted death of the office was the major topic discussed at a roundtable sponsored by conference-call providers Powwownow, hosted by the Guardian, and attended by people from...[Click to read more]

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Connecting Remote Employees

by Nexusitc.net
October 9, 2014

With technology serving as the cornerstone of almost every type of business these days, it’s possible to employ a workforce that spans the globe. Employees working from home, employees providing support from across the country, employees on the road and staying connected as they go—things that once sounded too good to be true are now...[Click to read more]

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8 Work-from-Home Myths Debunked

by Nicole Fallon, Businessnewsdaily.com
October 9, 2014

The ability to work from home is an increasingly popular and coveted perk in modern workplaces, and it’s not hard to see why. From an employee perspective, the benefits of avoiding a commute are obvious, but employers also see benefits: Overhead costs go down if you don’t have to provide desk space and equipment for...[Click to read more]

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Remote workers’ output, loneliness, privacy, coverage: Tips on managing these issues

by Mary Shacklett, TechRepublic.com
October 9, 2014

The New York Times cited an American Community Survey in March 2014 that reportedtelecommuting had increased 79% between 2005 and 2012, and that it now makes up 2.6% of the American workforce, or 3.2 million workers who work either full or part time. The average telecommuter is 49 years old, and the sweet spot for...[Click to read more]

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Sharing knowledge in co-located vs distributed environments

by Iwein Fuld, StarterSquad
Oct 8, 2014

Earlier we talked about patterns of collaboration for distributed andcollocated teams separately. In this post, we’ll compare the two in a bit more detail. Both long term memory and short term memory are important. Without long term memory, you cannot gain experience, and without short term memory, you cannot learn. I’ve noticed an interesting difference...[Click to read more]

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3 Good Reasons Why Remote Work is Booming

by Remoteworker.wordpress.com
October 8, 2014

Despite many organisations moving away from remote working (see the recent demands from Reddit that their staff relocate – last year Yahoo did the same) remote working continues to become more popular. Monica Wells of BizDbreminds us why. *** Remote work has during the last few years become an increasingly popular professional trend. More and...[Click to read more]

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Balancing act: Survey — Workers choose telecommuting to avoid office politics, interruptions

by Greg Kratz, Deseretnews.com
October 7, 2014

As a manager, a big part of my job is based on my presence in the office. I must be available to my team when they have questions or need help with a project or problem. And so, almost every weekday morning, I trek to my home-away-from-home in Cubeville, ready to attend fascinating meetings, write...[Click to read more]

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6 Habits to Work From Home Successfully

by Jose Vasquez, Huffingtonpost.com
October 6, 2014

The digital era allows many of us to work from home, but it’s important to implement these six habits if you want to stay productive. Odds are, you’ve worked from home at least once in your professional career. It’s growing to be a more popular option, especially with the onset of newer technologies that allow...[Click to read more]

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4 Tips For Managing Remote Teams

by Lena J. Weiner, HealthLeaders Media
October 6, 2014

Remote teams offer great talent at the right price, but managing these workers can be tricky. These tips can help. Location can work against you, whether you are far from a major city, or in a city flush with hospitals, and academic teaching centers. If your hospital is in a rural area, you’ve probably fantasized...[Click to read more]

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