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With These 4 Tips, Your Remote Team Can Participate in Your Hiring Decisions

by Heather R. Huhman, Entrepreneur.com
September 15, 2017

Every employer at some point has hired an employee who simply wasn’t a good fit for the company. This challenge is only heightened when a company is composed of remote positions. Related: Going Virtual: Hiring the Right Team for Remote Work Yes, it seems logical that if employees don’t work together in the same office, “cultural fit”...[Click to read more]

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These are the 5 best workplaces for women

by Jane Burnett, Theladders.com
September 15, 2017

An equal seat at the table. The presence of female executive leadership. Generous health insurance and continuing education benefits. These are just a few of the qualities that catapulted businesses to the top of the list on Fortuneand Great Place to Work’s 100 Best Workplaces for Women in 2017, unveiled today. Surveying more than 400,000 U.S. workers at employers bearing...[Click to read more]

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Don’t let working from home wreck your career: 5 tips to stay connected when you work remotely

by Debbie Carlson, Theladders.com
September 15, 2017

Telecommuting, working from home, working remotely — whatever you call it, working without having to be tethered to your office desk is becoming more common. Fifty percent of the US workforce holds a job that is compatible with at least partial telework, and approximately 20-25% of the workforce teleworks at some frequency, according to 2016...[Click to read more]

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THE 5 BIG BENEFITS OF A DIGITAL WORKSPACE

by Snapmunk.com
September 15, 2017

Remote work is here to stay. Employees and employers have tasted the benefits of a digital workspace — and they’re not going back. In the United States alone, nearly 4 million people (around 3%) now work remotely. 50% of the US workforce has a job that could be done remotely. That same study showed that 80%+ employees would like to...[Click to read more]

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A productive workforce can drive profits by 30%

by Ameinfo.com
September 15, 2017

According to business analytics firm Gallup, and based on a worldwide survey of 1.2 million employees, just 13  per cent of the workforce is engaged in the workplace. Gallup’s research shows that management accounts for 70 per cent of the variance between engaged and non-engaged staff. How can one combine management techniques, learning and development...[Click to read more]

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What Co-working Has Taught Us about the Value of Social Capital

by ELLIE MARTIN, Techspective.net
September 15, 2017

In 1995, a group of engineers based in Berlin, Germany got together in a shared space that would enable them to meet and work together on a regular basis. C-base was a hacker community that recognized the benefits of collaboration and social interaction and today is largely recognized as the first co-working space Over 20 years...[Click to read more]

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Amazon’s Work-From-Home Jobs For The Holiday Season

by Kaitlin Gates, Theindychannel.com
September 15, 2017

One benefit of the holiday season—aside from cookies, presents and wonderful cheesy Christmas movies—is the chance to make a little extra cash when stores start their seasonal hiring. Amazon is no exception, and even better, their jobs can be done in your favorite Christmas pajamas. The company is looking for full-time and part-time seasonal work-from-home customer service associates to...[Click to read more]

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To Stay in The Game, Companies Must Raise Their Digital Business Maturity

by Brenda Do, Business2community.com
September 15, 2017

After years of “going digital,” companies find it’s becoming more difficult to raise their digital maturity, or Digital Quotient (DQ). The DQ is a measurement coined by McKinsey, involving strategy, capabilities, organizational practices, and culture. So what makes this metric tough to raise? Partly because it’s difficult to keep pace with technology. And partly because...[Click to read more]

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Posting a Job Using Your Mobile Device? 3 Things You Might Be Missing

by Amy Sept, Business2community.com
September 15, 2017

It turns out there are key differences between jobs posted to Upwork using a mobile device versus a desktop computer, and they might be making your project less attractive to the top freelancers you want to work with. In an analysis of freelance job posts on the Upwork site, there were three things that stood...[Click to read more]

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