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Pros and cons of working remotely

by Shu Chin Ma, Biocareers.com
September 24, 2014

When you hear the words “working remotely,” does it conjure up an image of someone sloppily dressed in their ratty pajama, hair unkempt, with a huge mug of coffee cradled in one hand, while sitting in front of the television with a computer, haphazardly propped on their lap? How about someone who uses the company...[Click to read more]

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Telecommuting can improve employee performance: study

by Kathryn Doyle, Reuters.com
September 24, 2014

(Reuters Health) – While telecommuting, most employees perform at least as well as in the office, and some actually do better, according to a new study. “We have many reasons to expect that telecommuters should work as well or better than others,” said Ravi S. Gajendran, professor of business at the University of Illinois at...[Click to read more]

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Want Better Employees? Let Them Work From Home

by Chad Brooks, BusinessNewsDaily.com
September 22, 2014

Companies wanting to boost the performance of one of their employees or make that person a better co-worker should consider letting him or her work from home, new research suggests. Telecommuting yields positive effects in both an employee’s performance and his or her ability to help create an encouraging, cooperative and friendly work environment, according...[Click to read more]

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The complete guide to flexible work that doesn’t kill your career

by Max Nisen, Qz.com
September 22, 2014

Many people work happily and effectively from home. Research suggests that these “flexible” workers can be more productive, and that they have higher levels of well being, and much less depleting conflict between work and family. But these types of schedules come rarely and at a cost: There’s significant evidence that there are career disadvantages,...[Click to read more]

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New study shows some benefits to telecommuting

by VentureBeat.com
September 20, 2014

If you’ve been hoping for permission to telecommute more, a new study could help you convince your boss. The University of Illinois found that telecommuters make more of an effort to help out their coworkers (so-called “corporate citizenship”), and in some cases they can also be more productive. The study seems to have been inspired by Marissa...[Click to read more]

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