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Managing Remote Workers

by StaffSquared.com
June 1, 2014

Remote working or ‘working from home’ has become increasingly popular over recent years and with good reason. Businesses are changing and, in turn, so is the requirement for us all to be herded like depressed cattle into grey office spaces several miles from our homes. Business owners are starting to realise that certain employees can...[Click to read more]

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Engaging and Managing Remote Employees

by Paula Alexandra Clapon, GetHppy.com
June 1, 2014

The ability to work from anywhere has not lost its appeal in the past few years. On the contrary, working remotely offers employees a higher degree of autonomy that allows them to feel better prepared to do a good job and have a rewarding work experience. However, engaging and managing remote employees is still a...[Click to read more]

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Tips for Effectively Managing Remote Employees and Teams

by KellyServices.com
June 1, 2014

As employers increase the numbers of remote staff, managers must adapt action plans that will work in this environment. While managing a remote workforce calls for creative techniques, core performance values, such as staff motivation and accountability, remain vital to staff and team success. Managers must make a successful connection with their remote employees to...[Click to read more]

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Telecommute to Save the Planet

by Dummies.com

Telecommuting, in which a person connects to work via a computer from outside the office, benefits the community and the environment: A telecommuter doesn’t burn fuel to get to work, thus reducing greenhouse gas emissions — and pollution from sitting in traffic jams; doesn’t need to invest as much in business clothing, thus reducing the...[Click to read more]

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Don’t Pollute – Telecommute!

by Earthshare.org

Here are just a few ways you can help our environment(and yourself!) by telecommuting: Working from home lowers gas consumption, which preserves natural resources, reduces polluting emissions such as carbon dioxide and hydrocarbons, and lessens polluting road ‘run off.’ (And think of the money and stress that’s saved!) Cool the globe! Less commuter-related car emissions...[Click to read more]

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Managing a Remote Health Care Staff

by Programs.online.utica.edu
June 1, 2014

Today’s business world consists of an entire population of workers that conducts its business from a remote location. The healthcare sector also following the telecommuting trend, needs proper management of the remote medical staff, essential to the effectiveness and productivity of its organization. Remote Health Care Staff Management Workers that operate from a remote location...[Click to read more]

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