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HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY WORK FROM HOME

by Ncu.edu
June 6, 2013

Working from home or “telecommuting” has become more prevalent over the years as companies continue to recognize its value. With no geographic confines, companies are able to attract a larger pool of talent, retain employees by providing flexible scheduling, and save money on things like relocation expenses and utility bills. While most telecommuters enjoy this...[Click to read more]

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How to Work at Home Effectively

by EmploymentSpot.com
June 1, 2013

Many people who have tried working from home have found that their productivity and work suffered. Many new parents have tried working at home as a solution to their child care dilemma. Also, with the increasing number of baby boomers in ill health, many people have chosen to work at home to help care for...[Click to read more]

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Telecommuting From Home

by Mark Shead, Productivity501.com
June 1, 2013

This post is a series of links I asked my assistant in India to compile and summarize on telecommuting. With skyrocketing gas prices, now is a good time to consider telecommuting.  You can even approach your boss about doing it to help the environment. (We’ve previously written about how to approach your boss about telecommuting.)[Click to read more]

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Why Remote Work Is Not A Passing Fad? A Brief Explanation

by ExeIdeas.com
June 1, 2013

Freelancers or employees working from home need to be able to use technology effectively to communicate. Without high levels of communication, which often includes sharing perspectives, exchanging documents and collaborating on workflow, things can go wrong very quickly. Online meetings alone are not enough for work to go smoothly. Just like in an office, it...[Click to read more]

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Tips for Motivating Remote Employees

by crimcheck.com
June 1, 2013

The remote workplace introduces different advantages and disadvantages compared to the traditional location-based work environment. While the remote workplace eliminates many of the geographical barriers that can hold you back from establishing your ideal team, the lack of a physical workplace creates a lot of questions about how efficiently and actively your workers are getting...[Click to read more]

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THE ART OF VIRTUAL LEADERSHIP – 4 KEYS TO LEADING REMOTE WORKERS AND MANAGING VIRTUAL TEAMS

by Phil Montero, EvanCarmichael.com
June 1, 2014

Many organizations believe that one of the biggest challenges they face when implementing a virtual office is managing mobile or remote workers. It is unfortunate that they let this perception stop them from reaping the many benefits of a more flexible workplace. Remote management is not radically different from managing people on-site. The biggest difference...[Click to read more]

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