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How we make Remote Work *Work* [Part 1]

by John Wood, Urbanbound.com
March 6, 2015

The ability to work remotely is a tremendous benefit. There is certainly something to be said about getting everybody in the same physical space. Great things happen when a bunch of slightly over-caffeinated engineers pile into a conference room with a whiteboard and a collection of multi-colored dry erase markers. And pairing is certainly most...[Click to read more]

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Fluid flexibility: How to manage a remote team

by Icml.com.au
March 5, 2015

The typical nine-to-five just isn’t the norm anymore. Whether it’s family life, business travel or a time-consuming holiday getting in the way, shifting working patterns are now just part of modern life. Allowing employees freedom has its benefits for businesses. They will likely stay motivated and productive for longer if there’s a little less structure in their...[Click to read more]

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4 Remote Team Pitfalls and Collaboration Solutions to Avoid Them

by Ashley Speagle, Blog.pgi.com
March 4, 2015

Establishing a remote team is your opportunity to work with the best beyond boundaries, take steps towards the virtual workplace of the future and promote work-life balance and flexibility that takes worker productivity to new heights. However, remote teams often fail when the proper infrastructure andcollaboration solutions aren’t in place. Leading to poor productivity and...[Click to read more]

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6 Unexpected Pros Of Remote Working

by Tarmo Tähepõld, Blog.teamweek.com
March 4, 2015

Almost half of the team is working remotely in Teamweek and there is no reason why it should change. When applied correctly, the remote working really has all the benefits you have read about (probably most thorough data is here). But when you dwell deeper, you’ll find even more positive and unexpected side-effects.[Click to read more]

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When Letting Employees Work from Home is Good Business

by LANNING TALIAFERRO, Patch.com
March 4, 2015

Plan ahead, employers—and in times of trouble, keep productivity high and your staff safe. Case in point: February 2015. And the first week of March. Allowing employees to work from home during such challenging weather conditions can have many benefits, say the folks at Care.com Workplace Solutions. Most employers fear this will equate to giving...[Click to read more]

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Area telecommuters note productivity, time savings and other benefits

by Rose Ann Pearce, TheCityWire.com
March 4, 2015

Mary Mann is one of a growing number of workers in the U.S. who finds telecommuting convenient, productive and beneficial in terms of saving time and money. Mann is a public relations and marketing professional for Samaritan Community Center, a nonprofit assistance agency, in Rogers. She lives in Fayetteville. Her boss gave her permission to...[Click to read more]

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How to Keep Salespeople Informed While Working Remotely

by Jodi Bart Holzband, Bloomfire.com
March 4, 2015

A survey revealed an 80 percent increase in telecommuting employees from 2005 to 2012. Sales reps have been “telecommuting,” essentially working on the road – for years. From street peddlers to door-to-door salesmen to pharmacy reps, people who depend on sales to make a living have always traveled. Success in a sales role often requires...[Click to read more]


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