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BT survey finds cloud is enabling surge in UK remote working

by Business Cloud News, Telecoms.com
August 3, 2015

UK SMEs are upping their use of cloud services in a bid to cater to more flexible working practices, according to recently released research from the BT Business and the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), writes BCN. According to a survey of over 300 decision makers working in small and medium-sized business in the UK,...[Click to read more]

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No need to go to work

by Georgina Guedes, Itweb.co.za
August 3, 2015

Telecommuting and virtual collaboration technologies allow company employees to work from just about any location as if they were in their office. This is having a massive impact on the shape of the modern business, as CIOs have to consider the infrastructure to support these kinds of interactions as well as the security and human...[Click to read more]

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Establishing Structure To Engage Remote Employees

by Victoria Vessella, Business2community.com
August 3, 2015

It can be hard to foster a sense of community and routine amongst remote employees who have very little interaction with their managers and colleagues. When managers provide structure in field reps’ work lives, accountability and employee engagement increase. Employees will work more productively if they feel that their individual efforts contribute to the achievement...[Click to read more]

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Why remote working works

by Spencer Fry, Blog.crew.co

Most of my adult life I’ve been a remote worker. I’m twenty-nine years old now, and this December I’ll be celebrating the tenth year anniversary of the first company I co-founded — a company that was co-founded over AOL Instant Messenger, IRC and the occasional phone call. Not only were our business meetings virtual, but...[Click to read more]

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Mummydesking: how to get work done and be a good mother

by Lucy Battersby, Smh.com.au
August 2, 2015

It is a paradise that only working parents of small children can understand: a place to sit for three hours without any interruptions while someone looks after the kids. This isn’t a break to get a haircut, go shopping, visit the gym, or read a book. This is a break for work. Illustration: Matt Golding So if hipsters and tech-heads can...[Click to read more]

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6 Traits of An Engaged Employee

by Margaret Jacoby, Business2community.com
August 1, 2015

For those who realize it, employee engagement is the magic ingredient and the special sauce that makes all the difference in business. Simply stated, employee engagement is the discretionary effort, willingness, and the ability of employees to contribute to the success of an organization. While engagement is enormous and essential, there are certain factors that...[Click to read more]


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