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6 Reasons You Should Let Your Workers Telecommute

by Drew Hendricks, Inc.com
October 17, 2014

Many employers are being harangued by workers who see their peers getting seemingly cushy telecommuting jobs and offered virtual office environments, and they naturally want to know while they’re still stuck with a daily commute. There’s a huge divide in the telecommuting vs. non-telecommuting debate, with the likes of Yahoo!’s CEO Marissa Mayer making headlines...[Click to read more]

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Economic Crisis? An Opportunity For Workplace Flexibility

by Juliet Bourke, Peoplepulse.com

There has never been a better time to implement workplace flexibility. In this economic climate, flexibility (e.g. reduced hours, sabbaticals and working from home) offers a smart way to reduce overheads and meet employee needs for great work-life balance. Research also shows that implementing flexibility will help improve productivity through its association with increased levels...[Click to read more]

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MANAGING IN A VIRTUAL WORLD

by Christopher Hosford, nfib.com
October 16, 2014

Thanks to technological advancements, more employees are working remotely…but how to effectively manage them? Use technology. Not all small business owners have their employees on-site, where personnel management and surveillance is easiest. In fact, many, like startups without a central office, rely on employees who work remotely. “There may not be a lot of people...[Click to read more]

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The Real Reasons for Telecommuting

by Andrei Soroker, ReCode.net
October 16, 2014

I’m writing this from my house on a workday. I didn’t get stuck in traffic. I didn’t have to eat a soggy peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwich for lunch. And I was able to throw in a load of laundry during a team conference call. It was glorious. The stats about telecommuting are frequently quoted — more than...[Click to read more]

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Suggested Readings: Managing Employees Who Telecommute or Work Remotely

by APAexcellence.org
October 15, 2014

In this recurring feature, we’ll bring you new releases, best-of-class reference texts and resources you can use to promote employee well-being and organizational performance. Titles and descriptions come from both the APACenter for Organizational Excellence’s Amazon Associates Store and APABooks. This month, we focus on managing remote workers. Flexibility in the how, when and where...[Click to read more]

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Four Years Of Remote Working

by David Pomfret, Simpleasmilk.com
October 14, 2014

Occasionally you look back and everything seems like it only happened yesterday but today was not one of those days. Today I realised that Simple as Milk, my agency and my team, have been remote working for nearly 4 years… 4 years! It was in January 2011 that we noticed most of our clients were...[Click to read more]

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Telecommuting: 1, Marissa Mayer: 0

by Anne Miller, Ozy.com
October 14, 2014

Working from home feels like the Holy Grail of professional employment — no crowded trains or long car rides, no co-worker’s smelly tuna sandwiches, no boss breathing down your neck. But does it work for business? According to Yahoo’s chief, no — Marissa Mayer famously made headlines when one of her first moves as CEO last year...[Click to read more]

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