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Equality and remote teams

by Jason Z., Signalvnoise.com
May 27, 2010

One topic consistently comes up when people ask me how we do things at 37signals: working remotely. Talking with a friend about how his team manages a widely distributed team it occurred to me that the key to really making working outside the office effective for your team is equality. What I mean is that...[Click to read more]

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The Benefits of Working from Home

by Ana da Silva, WorkAwesome.com
May 26, 2010

Going to work in an office can be stressful and costly for both employee and employer.  Thanks to technology many people have the option of working from home (or off-site at that warm beach somewhere!).  For consultants and freelancers there are obvious reasons why you should work from home (you might not have another choice...[Click to read more]

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Working at home becoming more common

by Laura Casey, MercuryNews.com
May 24, 2010

WITH A RICH Bolognese sauce simmering in a pot in her kitchen — that’s for tonight’s dinner — Cheryl Haga starts her work day. But instead of hopping in her car and driving 40 minutes to her San Francisco office, Haga takes about 10 steps to her dining room table and fires up her laptop....[Click to read more]

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On Working Remotely

by Blog.codinghorror.com
May 6, 2010

When I first chose my own adventure, I didn’t know what working remotely from home was going to be like. I had never done it before. As programmers go, I’m fairly social. Which still means I’m a borderline sociopath by normal standards. All the same, I was worried that I’d go stir-crazy with no division...[Click to read more]

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Huddle’s top tips for managing remote workers

by Rishi Chowdhury, Huddle.com
April 21, 2010

While working remotely can result in benefits such as reduced office costs and increased staff productivity, they can also raise a number of concerns for employers.  A study by research house Vanson Bourne found that 62 per cent of businesses felt flexible and remote working resulted in limited interaction between workers. More than half (55...[Click to read more]

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Common Challenges of a Virtual Team

by Alyssa Gregory, Sitepoint.com
April 15, 2010

I work virtually; it’s a primary part of my business model. This arrangement suits my work process (and personality) perfectly. Not to say I don’t enjoy meeting clients and colleagues face-to-face, of course. In fact, when I’ve had an opportunity to meet a colleague in person, it has always made the working relationship better. It’s...[Click to read more]

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Remote Working Policies Can Benefit Small Business

by Rieva Lesonsky, Smallbiztrends.com
April 9, 2010

Remote working is a topic that’s been on my mind a lot lately. First, because of a project I’ve been working on with Microsoft to develop an e-book, “Work Without Walls,” that examines the best practices of small and midsized businesses with remote-working policies. A survey conducted by 7th Sense Research that we used in...[Click to read more]

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