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Transitioning to Remote Work From Traditional Work – What’s the Difference?

by Mari Anne Snow, Sophiathinkblog.com
August 16, 2011

You are considering the option to join a virtual team and make the transition to working remotely – or maybe you are being asked to do so because of changes in your company/industry. Scary, right?  Well not really if you take the following tidbits of advice offered by the virtual worker community.  We’ve spoken with...[Click to read more]

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Telecommuting vs. the Traditional Office

by Staci, Blog.neosusa.com
August 11, 2011

Telecommuting is on the rise in 2011. This really isn’t a surprise with all of the advances in technology over recent years. Tools like Skype, online meeting tools like Webex and Go to Meeting, conference calls, and remote desktop access make telecommuting almost exactly like working from the office. Today, telecommuting means working from a...[Click to read more]

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5 Rules for Managing Remote Employees

by Richard Weinberg, GlobeTask.com
August 3, 2011

A remotely based workforce provides many benefits to an organization, including increased efficiency and the ability to attract and retain highly qualified employees. While managing a remote workforce presents unique challenges, the tips below will help create a flexible and connected environment that maximizes productivity. 1. Goal setting is important in any supervisory relationship. This...[Click to read more]

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A Plausible Thought About the Future: The Telecommuting Boom

by ALEXIS C. MADRIGAL, Theatlantic.com
July 22, 2011

Telecommuting is the mundane version of the jetpack, a long-promised, much-anticipated technological system that’s never arrived. There are undoubtedly a lot of reasons that telecommuting hasn’t taken off in the way some imagined, despite the fact that most information-age jobs could nominally be done from anywhere. In his new book, physicist Michio Kaku argues that...[Click to read more]

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6 tips for managing remote workers

by Josh Hall, Simplybusiness.co.uk
July 19, 2011

Remote working is becoming the norm for an increasing number of UK employees. Across the country, thousands of employees are spending more and more of their week out of the office, working instead from home or from other premises. Indeed, a recent survey by Virgin suggested that almost 60 per cent of employees believe that...[Click to read more]

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6 tips for managing remote workers

by Josh Hall, SimplyBusiness.co.uk
July 19, 2011

Remote working is becoming the norm for an increasing number of UK employees. Across the country, thousands of employees are spending more and more of their week out of the office, working instead from home or from other premises. Indeed, a recent survey by Virgin suggested that almost 60 per cent of employees believe that...[Click to read more]

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