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7 steps to managing pay for your remote workforce

by Tess C. Taylor, PayScale.com
April 03, 2014

Managing all the unique responsibilities of a remote workforce is challenging enough. Staying on top of compensation is an entirely different matter. With some 30-45 percent of the adult global workforce working from home at least part of the time, employers must be able to find ways to handle the demands of compensation administration in...[Click to read more]

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Working off-grid: is there such a thing as too remote?

by Ian Usher, Virgin.com
April 2, 2014

Remote working opens up a world of exciting opportunities – and I really do mean world. With the latest technological advances in the realm of communication, borders are no longer barriers.  In some situations it is now possible to work remotely from absolutely anywhere… You are reading an article from the rise of flexible working series,...[Click to read more]

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Managing a remote team

by Graham Scrivener, Trainingjournal.com
April 1, 2014

We are a business nation that is embracing flexible and remote working. Three million Britons now work from home, according to the Office of National Statistics1 (an increase of a third over the last ten years) and, with new flexible working legislation due to come into force on 30th June this year, this figure is...[Click to read more]

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Working from Home: A lot of Advantages, A Few Disadvantages

by Laurie Dunklee, FrontPorchStapleton.com
April 1, 2014

For many workers, there’s no place like home—professionals in many fields are choosing to work at home, finding it provides family flexibility and saves both time and money. “Working at home gives us great flexibility to take care of our three kids, and it allows us to do the work we like,” said architect Heather...[Click to read more]

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Managing a remote team

by Graham Scrivener, TrainingJournal.com
April 1, 2014

We are a business nation that is embracing flexible and remote working. Three million Britons now work from home, according to the Office of National Statistics1 (an increase of a third over the last ten years) and, with new flexible working legislation due to come into force on 30th June this year, this figure is...[Click to read more]

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Your Remote Team Will Fuel Your Success

by Epiclaunch.com
April 1, 2014

These days, the abundance of freelancers and cloud computing allows you to manage your well-running engine of a company from the comfort of your home — but not without clear communication, set goals, and the right team. To find success, you need to follow these fundamentals of maintaining productivity while managing your team remotely: 1....[Click to read more]

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Are You Too Lazy to Work From Home?

by Martha C. White, Time.com
March 31, 2014

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, about a quarter of the workforce telecommutes at least part of the time — but there’s a really good chance some of those workers are shopping on Amazon, watching cat GIFs on Buzzfeed or seeing what their friends are posting on Facebook. Dubbed “cyberslacking” by social scientists, this...[Click to read more]

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WORKING REMOTELY: 5 WAYS TO GET YOUR BOSS TO SAY ‘YES’ (SO YOU CAN LIVE ABROAD)

by Rachel Denning, DiscoverShareInspire.com
March 31, 2014

Many, many people just like you suffer from a disease called the ‘travel bug’. There is no known antidote, but for many of us we are happy to be infected for the rest of our lives. With our head in the clouds we daydream about exotic beaches, quaint cafes, ancient ruins, and mystical temples. We...[Click to read more]

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How Do You Become a Better Listener?

by Tara Chklovski, Huffingtonpost.com
March 27, 2014

Here are some tips I have picked up along the way to read the person you are talking to have found them especially useful running an organization that is distributed and virtual. We conduct most of our discussions through video on Google Hangouts, and reading body language and facial microexpressions are a key means to...[Click to read more]

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How to Travel When You Work Full-Time

by Twenty-somethingtravel.com
March 25, 2014

(This is part two of Life-Travel Balance Week. Check back all week for more tips!) Long-term travelers have all the time in the world, but not necessarily a ton of cash. When you’re working full-time, however, it’s easy to watch your bank account fill up but feel as if you don’t have the time or...[Click to read more]


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