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7 ways to HR departments can make remote workers feel more included

by DAN COOK, Benefitspro.com
November 3, 2017

Certainly there’s an allure to working outside the office—at least for some remote workers. Freedom seems to be the primary benefit cited. But as the workforce moves ever more toward office-less workers, a growing number are finding there are more drawbacks than benefits to being able to work in your bathrobe. The Harvard Business Review recently published a...[Click to read more]

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Remote Workers Often Feel Snubbed by Co-workers, So Here Are 5 Ways to Make Them Feel More Connected

by Rose Leadem, Entrepreneur.com
November 3, 2017

When you’re not coming into the office every day, it can be tough not to feel left out. According to a recent study by Harvard Business Review, which surveyed more than 1,100 employees, 52 percent of workers said they work from home sometimes. And while remote work can be a great option for many employees and companies, it...[Click to read more]

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Telecommuting and Climate Change: An Easy Choice for Employees and Companies

by Sophia D., Videoconferencingdaily.com
November 3, 2017

This is the first post in VC Daily’s telecommuting series. Little more than 30 years ago, scientists discovered a hole in the Earth’s protective ozone layer three times the size of the continental U.S. In just over 30 years from now, that hole will be completely healed, and we the public had no active part...[Click to read more]

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Key Things You Should Know About Being A Freelancer

by Ivan Ursul, Upwork.com
November 3, 2017

What does life look like for a freelance engineer who’s building a business on Upwork? I started freelancing in 2015 and Upwork itself was an early client. First, I worked on the reporting backend service but I’ve since supported the time-tracker pipeline, which is part of the backend for Upwork’s desktop client. I’ve worked with other...[Click to read more]

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Telecommuting key to better health, environment: report

by Cbc.ca
November 2, 2017

Telecommuting could be key to reducing Ottawa’s ecological footprint and could improve our health at the same time, according to the co-author of a new report on climate change and health. Researchers from around the world, including Canada, have begun reporting annually in The Lancet medical journal about the world’s response to climate change and the effect...[Click to read more]

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How to Hire the Best Remote Employees

by Formstack.com
November 2, 2017

Luis Magalhães, content manager and editor-in-chief at remote placement agency DistantJob, knows a thing or two about remote working. Here are some of Luis’s tips for successfully hiring remote employees. By now, it should be no secret that the future of work is remote. More and more companies are remote-first (Formstack included), and that’s no fluke. Remote...[Click to read more]

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Beyond Remote Work: How to Know If the Company Is a Cultural Fit

by Expert Guest Author, Flexjobs.com
November 2, 2017

You probably showed up here because you already know you want or need a flexible or remote job. But do you know the type of company you want to work for? Have you thought about what type of corporate culture would best suit you or meet your personal or professional needs? Here’s the thing: after helping thousands...[Click to read more]

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11 Companies That Will Hire You To Work From Home

by Shari Maurer, Romper.com
November 2, 2017

There’s something very tempting about the idea of working in your pajamas and not having to face a traffic-ridden commute to get to an office. Practically everyone these days is set up with a smart phone, email, Wi-Fi, laptop, printer, and apps that make normal office essentials (like scanning and file-organizing) possible to do anywhere,...[Click to read more]

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Why Companies Should Care About the Well-being of Their Employees

by Dan Schawbel, Huffingtonpost.com
November 2, 2017

I recently sat down for a conversation with Richard Branson, Founder and Chairman of The Virgin Group, right before his presentation at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco focused on his newly released book, Finding My Virginity. Even as 67 year-old, Branson’s daily routines for maintaining his health are more than most. Aside from playing tennis...[Click to read more]

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