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7 Best Practices for Being a Successful Remote Developer

by Stephane Kasriel, DrDobbs.com
October 21, 2014

Working remotely requires special discipline and unique habits. Learn them to really contribute to the project. Although working with distributed team members is gaining traction at companies, most people have never worked with a remote programmer. If you’re working remotely, don’t assume that your client or employer knows best — in fact, you likely have...[Click to read more]

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How to Stay Relevant When Working Remotely

by Mike Pacchione, Duarte.com
October 21, 2014

Sooner or later everybody slips up and forgets to mute the conference call. If you’re a remote employee—where every meeting is a call—the odds go up exponentially. I’ll never forget the time our entire company heard me microwave my oatmeal. I had a particularly old microwave at the time, complete with hideous alien beeping noise....[Click to read more]

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The 10 Best Articles on Managing a Remote Team

by Guest Blogger, WhenIWork.com
October 21, 2014

Increasingly, companies are forgoing brick-and-mortar offices in favor of a distributed team (aka remote staff). According to a study conducted by Global Workplace Analytics, the number of workers telecommuting increased by nearly 80% between 2005 and 2012, and that’s not including the 2.8 million self-employed people that consider home their primary place of work. There’s...[Click to read more]

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My Five Rules for Remote Working

by Jorambarrez.be
October 20, 2014

A couple of weeks ago, there was a stir (again) about remote working and its succes and/or failure: it was reported that Reddit, the website where many people lose countless of hours, were forcing all their employees to move to SF. After a similar thing happened at Yahoo last year it made me think about why remote work is such...[Click to read more]

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Do Your Teleworkers Feel Excluded? 3 Ways to Bring Remote Workers Into Your Office

by Blog.gotomeeting.com
October 20, 2014

One-fifth of Americans now telecommute, with the number expected to reach 60 percent in the next five years. As working from home goes mainstream, business leaders are tasked with a variety of new challenges, from ensuring workers remain productive to effectively communicating through phone conversations and email. Another issue gradually emerging is the exclusion that...[Click to read more]

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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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