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How to work at home with kids

by Joe Kissell, MacWorld.com
May 27, 2014

My wife and I recently welcomed our second child, and our older son has just turned four. When we tell other parents that we both work from home, their expressions predictably turn from envy to horror in a matter of seconds. On the one hand, yes, it’s wonderful that we get to spend so much...[Click to read more]

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Working Remotely: How Lee Rosen Moved His Law Firm to an All-Remote Workforce

by Tim Baran, Legalproductivity.com
May 27, 2014

This series on “Working Remotely” is inspired by “Remote,” the book by the 37Signals guys, and by my own experience working remotely for many years. Lee Rosen, whom I’ve long admired for his practical and actionable writing, took his law firm all-remote. He graciously agreed to be interviewed for this “working remotely” series – a...[Click to read more]

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3 Best Practices for Onboarding Remote Employees

by HRcloud.com
May 27, 2014

Trying to onboard remote employees but struggling to maintain continuity? Do you find that corporate based employees are more loyal and engaged, while those that telecommute experience less job satisfaction and have higher exit rates? A successful onboarding program will help link your remote employee to the office by providing tools and communication to ensure...[Click to read more]

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Working Remotely: Company Culture Beyond the Office Walls

by Tim Baran, LegalProductivity.com
May 22, 2014

This series on “Working Remotely” is inspired by “Remote,” the book by the 37Signals guys, and by my own experience working remotely for many years. I read an article recently that regarded remote workers as people in other countries and locations who you hire to save money – freelancers, virtual assistants, contractors, or consultants. That’s...[Click to read more]

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7 Great Reasons To Telecommute

by Barry, Ciphr.com
May 22, 2014

Many employers have traditionally seen working from home as a hindrance to productivity and an excuse for employees to slack off and get away with not doing much work. The truth is, however, that flexible working and telecommuting are a required element of modern working. There are far more advantages to telecommuting than disadvantages and...[Click to read more]

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How Business Owners Can Better Engage And Manage Remote Employees

by Jtripton, Blog.sap.com
May 21, 2014

Commuting to work and spending all day sitting in a cubicle used to be every nine-to-fiver’s life. Since technology is making it exceedingly easier to be in constant communication with each other, employees have more flexibility as to where their work actually takes place. As working remotely becomes increasingly common, here are some ways that...[Click to read more]

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Rise of Remote Workers: The Globalization of the 21st-Century Workforce

by Leena Thampan, Wagepoint.com
May 20, 2014

Economic devastation is as real a fear to us today as the plague was to mediaeval Europe, and one specter of economic ruin we got used to in the last few decades was global outsourcing. Jobs going overseas. Customer services, back office functions, manufacturing: all jobs which form the backbone of middle and working class...[Click to read more]

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Tips for managing an effective virtual team

by Claire Benito, Fastbusiness.com.au
May 19, 2014

Geography is becoming less important when pulling together the best possible team, but managing remote and collaborative workers has its challenges. Here’s how to ensure the productivity and performance of your virtual team. Let’s face it: your workplace is changing. Your last team meeting probably had at least one floating head in it (via video...[Click to read more]

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Make managing remote employees easier

by Elen Veenpere, Parim.co.uk
May 19, 2014

Whether you’re a massive corporation with departments and subdivisions scattered around the globe or a small business with some employees working from out of the office, you will still most likely at some point run into the issue of how to make remote teams work as effectively as people working in the same place. We’ve...[Click to read more]

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