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Productivity Is Not About People

by Luke Kanies, Shift.newco.co
May 22, 2017

You’re doing productivity wrong. Actually, it’s worse than that. You have no idea what it is. And no, this isn’t some sort of technical, jargon-y sense where I’m arguing over whether to measure it in terms of lines of code, hours spent typing code, or something else. Your core understanding of productivity is entirely wrong,...[Click to read more]

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Do YOU have a long commute? You’re more likely to be depressed and stressed, study finds

by STEPHEN MATTHEWS FOR MAILONLINE, Dailymail.co.uk
May 22, 2017

Having to spend an hour on the train, or behind the wheel, going to work each morning and evening is the bane of most adult lives. As a result, those who endure these long commutes are more likely to be stressed and depressed, new research has found. A study of more than 34,000 working British...[Click to read more]

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Telecommuting helps salvage our planet

by Lucy Santos, Newsrecord.co
May 22, 2017

On a busy Monday morning, the roads are filled with cars.  There is bumper to bumper traffic. Buses also pass through the roads filled with commuters.  As you walk,  you can  smell the foul odor from the pollution.  On cloudy days, smog usually develops.  All the gridlock creates even more air pollution.  A solution that...[Click to read more]

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How the Crackdown on Foreign Work Visas Could Affect Remote Work

by Adrianne Bibby, Flexjobs.com
May 21, 2017

Foreign work visas have gotten lots of press in the politically charged debate about walls, borders, and immigration. The issue becomes all the more complicated when an undeniable fact is added to the mix: the global workforce is becoming increasingly borderless, thanks to technology. A recent article in Wired highlights the notion that presidential executive orders...[Click to read more]

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Remote working: what you need to turn any location into your office

by Rob Griffin, Lovemoney.com
May 21, 2017

Working from anywhere It’s becoming easier and easier for us to work remotely. Remarkable technological developments over the last few years have made it possible for us to work pretty much everywhere from the local coffee shop to a sun-drenched Mexican beach. However, you need to make sure you have the right equipment. So, what...[Click to read more]

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Five Colors that Can Change the Way You Work

by Praveen Rawal, Bwdisrupt.businessworld.in
May 19, 2017

Color psychology is a subtle yet effective way to improve employee productivity. Sometimes a touch of color introduced through furniture or accessories can go a long way in affecting your behavior and even stress levels. The tactical representation of colors not only changes moods, but also profoundly magnifies productivity. Infusion of color and design is...[Click to read more]

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