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The Controversial Case of Marissa Mayer

by Phil Simon, Huffingtonpost.com
January 16, 2014

What is it with Marissa Mayer? First there was Doug Bowman, the Google employee who found greener pastures at Twitter. In March of 2009, the former top visual designer at Google made a very public break over the infusion (imposition?) of data on design. Around that time, I started to hear rumblings thatdesigners were no fans...[Click to read more]

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Do Remote Workers Actually… Work?

by Joshua Rivera, Fastcolabs.com
January 16, 2014

If you’re looking for a job right now, chances are you’ll come across a listing for at least one listing that involves telecommuting. Census data shows that more Americans are working remotely, and studies show that having the option to work from home can increase worker productivity. But while the viability of the remote workplace...[Click to read more]

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Making Remote Work Work: An Adventure in Time & Space

by Kurt Mackey, Compose.io
January 15, 2014

MongoHQ is a distributed company, with 21 employees scattered across California, Alabama, Utah, Windsor Ontario, Quebec, and London. This isn’t rare, by any means, and is becoming more common as technology corporations evolve … particularly when they realize that the intersection of the entire population of good hackers and the area that’s reasonably accessible to...[Click to read more]

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10 Most Telecommuting-Friendly Tech Companies

by Sharon Florentine, CIO.com
January 15, 2014

If you’re looking for a job that allows (or even encourages) telecommuting, these 10 tech companies are the places to begin your search. Even as companies like Yahoo ban telecommuting in an attempt to fix larger business problems, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that “Where the impact of telecommuting has been empirically evaluated, it...[Click to read more]

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Making Remote Work Work: An Adventure in Time and Space

by Kurt Mackey, Blog.Compose.io
January 15, 2014

MongoHQ is a distributed company, with 21 employees scattered across California, Alabama, Utah, Windsor Ontario, Quebec, and London. This isn’t rare, by any means, and is becoming more common as technology corporations evolve … particularly when they realize that the intersection of the entire population of good hackers and the area that’s reasonably accessible to...[Click to read more]

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Top 100 Companies Offering Remote Jobs in 2014

by Sara Sutton Fell, Huffingtonpost.com
January 13, 2014

While much of the news in 2014 was centered around big name companies like Yahoo and Hewlett-Packard ending their telecommuting programs, a huge number of companies were actually adding telecommuting options for their employees and hiring for new positions that allow professionals to work from home. That’s part of the reason that I’m excited to...[Click to read more]

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How Job Boards Can Uniquely Connect With Telecommuters

by Mary Hiers, Blog.realmatch.com
January 12, 2014

By 2010, over 13 million Americans were working from home at least one day per week, according to an infographic prepared by QuinStreet Inc. US Census Bureau data from 2012 reported that the three US metro areas with the highest percentage of telecommuters were Boulder, Colorado (where 10.9% of workers telecommuted), Medford, Oregon (8.4%), and...[Click to read more]

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