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The Remote Worker’s Guide To Office Etiquette

by Alan Henry , Gawker Media, Lifehacker.co.in
May 27, 2015

Working from home, whether it’s once in a while or every day, doesn’t make you immune to the social weirdness that comes with other people. In fact, being physically removed from your coworkers can make communicating that much stranger. Here’s what you need to know to avoid awkward silences in chat rooms, flat jokes on...[Click to read more]

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Five tools to manage a remote team

by Bostjan Bregar, Trainingzone.co.uk
May 27, 2015

Work out of the office? Bostjan Bregar has yet more great advice for remote teams. Remote working can have benefits to both employees and employers, creating a happier team who enjoy a better work life balance, which in turn can increase productivity and flexibility for both parties. Managing remote workers can seem like a daunting...[Click to read more]

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4 Cloud Technology Innovations that Make Working Together (Remotely) Possible

by Ivan Widjaya, Noobpreneur.com
May 27, 2015

The last two decades have really changed the landscape of the modern working environment. The emphasis on physical space has shifted to more mobile and remote working conditions. Companies and organizations have to make adjustments on their work conditions to stay competitive in a business environment that is increasingly going virtual. As a result, more...[Click to read more]

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Work From Home Like a Pro

by Jennifer Quraishi, Thoughtworks.com
May 26, 2015

Nearly a quarter of American workers work from home at least once a week, and that number is expected to continue rising. But is working from home actually productive? Definitely, say many studies: it not only increases productivity, it also increases employee retention and reduces absenteeism. And with project management tools like Mingle and Trello,...[Click to read more]

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This Remote Working Experiment Failed And Succeeded – At The Same Time

by Johngreathouse.com
May 26, 2015

A version of this article previously appeared in Forbes. Self-aware startups often learn more from their failures than from their success. Timehop, the photo album for the digital age, is no exception. Created by Jonathan Wegener and his Co-Founder Benny Wong, the company has over 16M+ users. To put this in proper perspective, more than twice...[Click to read more]

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At MIT, Mastering the Science of Working from Home

by Rachel Feintzeig, Blog.wsj.com
May 26, 2015

A group of employees at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s business school is experimenting with policies that could usher in a new era of flexible of work. MIT being MIT, that experiment involves some robots. A couple of years ago, Peter Hirst, who runs the executive-education arm of MIT’s Sloan School of Management, wondered what...[Click to read more]


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