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Managing Remote Staff Made Easy

by focusincgroup.com
June 1, 2013

Recently, more and more companies are moving into remote staffing due to several economical factors – use of technology in the workplace, cost-cutting to reduce the need for office space, personnel’s’ demands for flexibility in work schedules and various other reasons. While many are still doubtful of this rather dispersed work force, several Human Resource...[Click to read more]

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5 Best Practices for Working Remotely

by Kate Swanberg, Blog.Dashable.com

Remember last year when Yahoo banned employees from working at home? Well.. Despite the recent Yahoo ban, many web agencies are eager to reap the benefits of joining the remote workforce. Agency’s HR departments have increasingly been recognizing that good talent shouldn’t rely on an individual’s co-located physical presence and rather that potential employees should...[Click to read more]

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5 Essential Tools for Managing a Remote Team

by Katy Hollingsworth, CareerAddict.com
June 1, 2014

Working remotely is a growing trend in the business world, especially with the myriad of technology available for those who choose to skip the office experience. However, managing a remote team can be a tricky task, especially if your field is more group oriented. Every manager should investigate these three essential tools to ensure that...[Click to read more]

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What if your team was working remote?

by Oren Ellenbogen, Blog.Drift.com
June 1, 2014

Companies with an intrinsic remote culture benefit from something most of us can only dream of. And no, it’s not about working from home wearing PJs, although that sounds pretty comfortable. When asked about her work-from-home ban, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer said “People are more productive when they’re alone, but they’re more collaborative and innovative when they’re...[Click to read more]

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5 ways to help remote workers thrive

by Lior Levin, articles.bplans.com
June 1, 2014

Last week’s post about the pros and cons of remote employees discussed how to tell if a remote worker situation would be a good fit for your company. Today, guest author Lior Levin provides tips to help you get up and running with remote employees or offices. Remote workers make up of roughly 10 percent...[Click to read more]

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7 Advantages of Working From Home

by MensXP Team, MensXP.com
June 1, 2014

The workplace niche is fast evolving with many organizations offering employees the opportunity to work from home. Further, many people have started preferring freelancing as opposed to a regular, office-based profiles. This highlights a growing preference of people to work from home. Here, we try to decode the reasons why working from home is getting...[Click to read more]

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Creating a Telecommuting Strategy

by Kelley Caldwell, Hiring.monster.com
June 1, 2014

Telecommuting. Employees long for it, but many employers still have their doubts. For some employers, the obstacle to embracing telecommuting stems from a lack of trust in employees about flexible work arrangements. For others, trust isn’t the issue, but a lack of experience in how to approach this arrangement is creating the roadblock. However, with...[Click to read more]

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How to Ask Your Boss to Work Remotely

by Shala Munroe, Demand Media, Work.Chron.com
June 1, 2014

Working remotely from home is an attractive prospect for many people. Not only does it cut down on the amount of money you spend on gas and eating out for lunch, but it also gives you more quality time with your family and saves you the time you normally spend getting ready in the morning....[Click to read more]

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