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Montana Business Trends for 2015 – #3. Remote Work Options Attract High-Tech Talent

by Christina Henderson, Mthightech.org
January 27, 2015

My first post in this series highlighted the importance of clusters like software to Montana’s tech economy. The second post featured five Montana startups to watch in 2015 that reflect the growing sophistication of Montana’s entrepreneurial community. These two trends are closely tied to a third – Montana’s improved ability to attract high-tech talent. In 2015, remote work options will allow more Montana workers to find high-paying jobs...[Click to read more]

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How to Set Up a Remote Work Program

by Christine Bernier Lienke, Flexjobs.com
January 27, 2015

As employees break through the cubical barrier and expect more workplace flexibility, more employers are answering that call and finding they’re benefitting from the change in a myriad of ways. For those companies that haven’t set up a remote work program yet, here are some tips to get started. Workplace flexibility is expected to continue...[Click to read more]

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How to Work from Home More Effectively

by Webeden.co.uk
January 27, 2015

Being self-employed or working from home can have many benefits including flexible hours, but it also has drawbacks like distractions and isolation. Ideally you can customise your work environment to be perfect for you. On one hand, you have no commute, colleague interruptions, and flexible working hours which make working at home an ideal situation. However,...[Click to read more]

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Managing remote teams: key lessons on hiring, culture, and productivity from 4 top startups

by Dan Virgillito, Wpcurve.com
January 19, 2015

Managing remote teams: key lessons on hiring, culture, and productivity from 4 top startups There are many challenges unique to remote workforces and creating a culture that supports it takes work. This article give four unique approaches on how it can work. Over to Dan. Technology has enabled many organizations to lead teams that work...[Click to read more]

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Managing Remote Employees: How to Maintain a Thriving Team

by Katrina Robinson, MediaShower.com
July 23, 2014

Content marketing, SEO, online marketing, social media marketing, IT … all of these industries and functions have one factor in common that has become more and more prevalent: mobile staff. Having the option to telecommute allows firms to hire the best talent from across the globe – and provides employees with flexibility to work when...[Click to read more]

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Random Meet-ups to Maintain Company Culture with Remote Workers

by Gareth Wilson, Blog.fogcreek.com
January 27, 2015

Company culture is really important. It’s something we know you have to actively work on to build and maintain. This is especially true when you have remote employees. More than half of Fog Creek’s staff now work remotely. This change has come about pretty quickly, with the move to allow remote workers being less than...[Click to read more]

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EARTH TO EMPLOYEE: 5 TIPS FOR MANAGING REMOTE WORKERS

by Ben Mueller, Namely.com
January 27, 2015

Wi-Fi has officially taken the office everywhere: hotel rooms, airplanes, and space stations (interstellar internal operations, anyone?) are now the remote worker’s dreamspace. Whether once a week or fully remote, you may fear as a manager that your star employee’s distance from homebase will make them more, well, spacey. Fret not: Gallup reported in their recent...[Click to read more]

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Working From Home Increases Productivity, Job Satisfaction

by Natalie Shoemaker, Bigthink.com
January 26, 2015

Is working from home good for business? It’s a question many companies are asking as the need for a traditional workspace grows ever-more obsolete through technology. However, companies worry that employees will slack-off when they’re out of sight of their manager. Nicholas Bloom and John Roberts from the Harvard Business Review oversaw an experiment that...[Click to read more]


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