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Some Employers Are Rethinking Telework, Citing A Need For Better Collaboration

by Yuki Noguchi, Npr.com
July 11, 2017

The speed of digital technology has allowed workers to be mobile and flexible, and more employers continue to embrace remote work policies. But it has also created demand for continuous updates and real-time collaboration. And that change has driven some companies — including IBM, Best Buy and Yahoo — to recall some of their remote workforces back...[Click to read more]

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5 smart brain hacks to help you feel — and project — more positivity at work

by Christy Rakoczy, Mic.com
July 11, 2017

Do you really love your job? Are you truly engaged in your work? If you are able to answer “yes” to both questions, you’re in the minority. Less than 30% of millennials responding to a 2016 Gallup survey indicated they felt engaged at work and 16% even said they were actively disengaged. Now, to improve your feelings about work, it might require...[Click to read more]

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Workplaces That Cater to Mom and Dad

by Postbulletin.com
July 11, 2017

American employers are becoming more family friendly, though progress is mixed. This is according to a research report released by staffing firm OfficeTeam. Slightly less than half (49 percent) of HR managers interviewed in the survey stated their firms made some changes over the past five years to better serve working parents.[Click to read more]

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Grooming effective remote developers in the world of DevOps

by Darryl K. Taft, Searchsoftwarequality.techtarget.com
July 11, 2017

David Copeland, director of engineering at Stitch Fix, is an advocate for allowing software developers to work remotely and offers a method for how to do it effectively. Copeland leads nearly 90 developers at Stitch Fix, a San Francisco-based personal shopping and style service. He’s been with the company more than four years and has...[Click to read more]

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NEED A WORK-FROM-HOME JOB? U-HAUL IS HIRING HOME-BASED CUSTOMER SERVICE REPS AGES 16 AND UP

by CHERYL P, Inquistr.com
July 10, 2017

If you are looking for a job with no commute, U-Haul is hiring work-from-home customer service agents. The positions are part-time, but the hours vary, so they could help get you over a financial hump if you need supplemental income. Here’s what you need to know about the U-Haul home-based positions that are open to...[Click to read more]

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How wearable tech can improve employee wellness

by STEVEN HOWARD, Bizcommunity.com
July 10, 2017

Technology is transforming employee wellness programmes. Gone are the days that nurses do the physical checkups for many European and US countries. Africa, and in particular South Africa, seems to be lagging in the first adoption stages of wearable technology such as fitness trackers when it comes to employee wellness and has mainly stayed in...[Click to read more]

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