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Getting the most out of a virtual team

by Hillary Barr, Insights.com
July 24, 2013

Close your eyes and imagine the first thing that comes into your mind when you hear the word ‘team’.  Is it your favorite professional sports team? Perhaps your daughter’s soccer team? What about a group you work with at the office? Regardless of the specifics, you probably envisioned a group of people standing together to...[Click to read more]

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Why Telecommuting is the Best Perk Recruiters Can Offer

by SUZANNE ROBITAILLE, Brazencareerist.com
July 23, 2013

Think Beyond the Label is hosting an online career fair on July 30. Powered by Brazen Careerist, the career fair lets employers network with qualified candidates with disabilities. Join employers including Aetna, IBM and Merck by registering here. Redefining success is the current theme in today’s workplace, with more workers seeking what Huffington Post founder...[Click to read more]

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How to hire telecommuters: 7 must-ask questions

by Esther Schindler, Itworld.com
July 15, 2013

Hiring remote workers can be tricky business. Here are some questions you should ask would-be telecommuting employees — and some red flags to look for in the answers. For employees, it’s easy to enumerate the advantages of working remotely, such as flexibility, work/life balance, and avoiding an hour-long commute in highway traffic. Employers have grown...[Click to read more]

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Managing Remote Workers

by TenSix.com
July 12, 2013

In today’s business world, teams are often a group of individuals who don’t work in the same office, don’t speak the same language when they are at home and perhaps don’t even work for the same employer. That’s one extreme of virtual teams. At the other end of the scale is a situation most project...[Click to read more]

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Location Independence: 10 Things That Would Never Happen Working in an Office

by Lindsay Hartfiel, Huffingtonpost.com
July 11, 2013

It’s 8:30 in the morning. I’ve already scanned my work emails, completed a blistering hot 20- to 30-minute outdoor run, and mixed together my morning oatmeal. I’m not overly tired, obnoxiously stressed nor irritatingly grumpy. I’m not fretting about which dry-cleaned suit to wear to the office or hastily slapping together a “grab-and-go” sandwich to...[Click to read more]

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5 Marketing Gigs You Can Do From Home

by Christina Jones for The Muse, Mashable.com
July 9, 2013

For marketing professionals, sitting in a cubicle is something like a paradox. They’re creative, resourceful and observant of our surroundings — and being confined to a literal box can really cramp their capabilities. Luckily for those who work in marketing, companies are now considering remote employees more than ever, giving marketers an opportunity to work...[Click to read more]

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