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The Millennial Freelancer’s Guide To Going Green

by NAOMI JOSEPH, Greenmatters.com
May 15, 2018

Being a freelancer has many benefits. When you work for yourself, you have the opportunity to manage your own schedule, freely organize your workspace, and finally have full control over the (at-home) office thermostat. But while working from home inevitably means curbing carbon emissions by minimizing your wardrobe and negating your daily commute, there are...[Click to read more]

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For the sake of productivity, developers need to learn to say “no”

by PHIL ALVES, Thenextweb.com
May 14, 2018

Whoever coined the mantra ‘The customer is always right’ has never tried to undertake development tasks for clients with grandiose ideas, but zero technical background. Nowadays, every company might be a software company, but not everyone knows how to effectively manage software development projects. But give them the option, and they will sure as hell try.[Click to read more]

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Digital Workplace: Building a Culture of Engagement and Productivity

by LiveTiles, Cmswire.com
May 14, 2018

Across the globe, employee disengagement continues to be on the rise. Gallup has found that only 15% of employees are actively engaged in their work. Why is this a problem? Gallup has also previously estimated that actively disengaged employees cost the U.S. from $450 billion to $550 billion per year. While there are many reasons for employee...[Click to read more]

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Your Team Wants You to Abide by These 3 Unspoken Rules of Remote Team Management

by Ryan Peck, Entrepreneur.com
May 14, 2018

Remote work is easier than ever before due to the internet, digital communication tools and the software as a service (SaaS) business model. Sure, you can still sell products online from the “comfort” of a cubicle, but you can do the same with a laptop at home or in the local coffee shop. The remote working trend...[Click to read more]

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How to Land a Remote Bookkeeping Job

by Brie Weiler Reynolds, Flexjobs.com
May 14, 2018

When it comes to working from home, there’s a lot of opportunity in the field of bookkeeping. In fact, the related job title “accountant” is actually the most common remote job title! If you’ve got that rare combination of skills with numbers and writing, a remote bookkeeping job may be for you.[Click to read more]

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8 essential apps for work-from-home professionals

by JOE PETERS, Besttechie.com
May 14, 2018

The number of people working from home is growing rapidly. More companies and even individuals are farming out work to freelancers and home-based entrepreneurs. Joining their ranks just requires an internet connection and some unused space around the home that you can transform into an office. You also have to invest in functionality like lighting, furniture, and...[Click to read more]

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