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On Remote Workers and Working Remotely

by Protocolostomy.com
November 18, 2008

I’ve been on both sides of the remote worker relationship. On the manager side, I’ve managed some good-sized projects using an all-remote work force. Indeed, I’ve hired, managed, fired, and promoted workers without ever knowing what they look like. On the worker side, I do most of my work remotely, and I have for some...[Click to read more]

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Pennies from heaven?

by Ben Sillis, Theguardian.com
November 14, 2008

Many of us want to work flexibly from home – but can you actually earn a living from the get-rich-quick schemes flooding your inbox? Ben Sillis spent a week online finding out. Demand for flexible working hours is growing. The internet is allowing more people to break out of their nine-to-five routines, and the number...[Click to read more]

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Walking the Line When You Work from Home

by Natalie Jost, AListAPart.com
July 15, 2008

Working from home, whether as a freelance contractor or remote employee, can be a great thing, particularly if you live alone. But what if you have a spouse and/or children at home with you while you work? Every work environment offers distractions, but those who work from home with their families face a unique set...[Click to read more]

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Building and managing virtual teams

by Chris Nagele, Blog.teamtreehouse.com
June 19, 2008

I constantly get the same question, “How do you manage a virtual team and actually get stuff done.” At Wildbit, each of the 10 team members work from home or a coworking environment. We’re spread out across four countries and many timezones. With such separation, we still manage to get a lot done and enjoy...[Click to read more]

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WORKING REMOTELY – GOOD OR BAD?

by Sarah Parmenter, Sazzy.co.uk
June 3, 2008

I currently am working alone in my office, however, I’m not really alone – there’s the Twitterverse and I am constantly talking to 3 other people who are all crucial in the business. There’s Roger who is part of the YKW family (called Media Two in Australia), then there’s Kieran my trusty freelancer and Hannah...[Click to read more]

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The changing face of remote working

by Dan Martin, Businesszone.co.uk
May 15, 2008

As Work Wise Week 2008 begins, Anton Levchuk, director of marketing at Famatech, examines where we are with remote working. Remote and home working is becoming so popular that the UK has even got a National Work from Home Day, which is on Thursday 15 May 2008. Five million workers across the UK are expected...[Click to read more]

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Pros and Cons of Telecommuting

by Dailywritingtips.com
March 13, 2008

Telecommute (verb): to work from home, communicating with a central workplace using equipment such as telephones, fax machines, and modems. Telecommute; the word sounds as though it opposes the freedom that a freelance writing life should bring, and is therefore in no way desirable. But in an age when technology and e-commerce is being embraced...[Click to read more]

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Running an Effective Teleconference or Virtual Meeting

by Esther Schindler, Cio.com
February 15, 2008

Virtual teams are becoming commonplace, but the old rules for running a meeting don’t necessarily apply. Managers need to learn new skills to keep people engaged and to use the time (and technology) effectively. These tips will make your next remote meeting a success. Meetings are hard enough to run when the participants are all...[Click to read more]

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