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The 2017 Guide to Remote Work

by Adam Rowe, Tech.co
September 2, 2017

In May 2012, just 14 percent of the global workforce benefited from remote work. Today, that number is at nearly two thirds. Remote work, the gig economy, and freelancers are all on the rise. In a recent international survey of 25,000 workers, 32 percent said they regularly work remotely, while 62 percent are “regularly taking advantage of...[Click to read more]

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Officials warn of work-at-home scams

by FOX43 NEWSROOM, Fox43.com
September 1, 2017

YORK COUNTY, Pa.– Officials are warning of common work-at-home scams. While being able to work at home and make six figures sounds like a good deal, a lot of these opportunities won’t deliver on the promises they make. Common scams include envelope stuffing, assembling crafts, and processing rebates, among others.[Click to read more]

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Job Seekers Want Flexibility—Here’s How to Make it Work For Your Company

by Blog.indeed.com
September 1, 2017

Reporters from around the globe rely on Indeed to provide them with unique data and unparalleled insights. Here are some of our recent hits. Three tips to ensure remote policies work for everyone involved  People around the world are increasingly searching for jobs with terms like “remote”, “telecommute”, and “work from home.” In fact, according to new...[Click to read more]

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How to Optimize Your Home Office

by Southeastsun.com
September 1, 2017

The old 9-to-5 isn’t what it used to be. As more companies embrace telecommuting, a growing number of employees are finding that even in the professional realm, there’s no place like home. Here’s how to set up a home office for success. • Commission floor plans. It’s a good idea to have plans drawn up by an...[Click to read more]

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3 Clear Skills That All Successful Leaders Have

by TONY GLASS, Businesscomputingworld.co.uk
September 1, 2017

Successful leaders are not created overnight. It takes time and commitment to learn the right attributes to motivate a workforce that consistently achieves good results. However, there are some clear skills that all successful leaders have, that can be useful for anyone in the world of work and especially have a profound impact on those...[Click to read more]

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Why bosses should empower staff with flexibility

by Madeline Bennett, Telegraph.co.uk
August 31, 2017

A workforce operating remotely and securely unlocks productivity while keeping tabs on systems and processes With mobile technology and cloud computing, there is no need to have staff in an office working a nine-to-five day. Flexible working patterns make for a happier workforce, increased productivity and employees more engaged with your company.[Click to read more]

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5 Reasons Time Tracking Is the Secret to Work From Home Productivity

by Frank Castagnac, Business2community.com
August 31, 2017

According to 2015 Gallup research, 37% of workers in the United States telecommute, compared to just 9% in 1995. Having some form of remote work policy is now a common business norm, but that doesn’t mean businesses—and remote employees—are adequately prepared to handle the challenges of remote work. Trust, of course, is a big factor. No...[Click to read more]

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