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How to Manage Remote Employees

by Alison Green, quickbase.intuit.com
November 17, 2011

If you’re managing staff members who telecommute or work in a different location than you do, you’ll need to put extra effort into making the relationship work smoothly. Here are five tips that will help. 1. Establish a clear system for communications and stick to it. If you leave it informal, regular communication is less...[Click to read more]

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WILL WORKING REMOTELY WORK? 7 “WHAT IF” SCENARIOS TO CONSIDER FIRST

by Cali Williams Yost, Fastcompany.com
November 16, 2011

For almost two decades, I’ve helped organizations implement work life flexibility strategies. And I’ve learned that the difference between success and failure with any type of flexible work, including remote work, often comes down to contingency planning. In other words, answering the question “what if ‘x’ happens…” to as many scenarios as you can possibly...[Click to read more]

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Environmental Benefits of Telecommuting

by Sarah Grieco, Nbcsandiego.com
November 16, 2011

During NBC Universal’s Green Week it seemed only fitting to focus on a few ways people can help the environment. One of the areas people can conserve energy is by being a telecommuter. Source: http://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local/Environmental-Benefits-of-Telecommuting-133928058.html#ixzz43arzKduV Follow us: @nbcsandiego on Twitter | NBCSanDiego on Facebook[Click to read more]

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12 Remote Work Trends to Achieve (Not Just Predict)

by Cali, Worklifefit.com
November 14, 2011

(Post originally appeared as part of Microsoft’s “Your Office, Your Term” remote work campaign) During his closing remarks for the 2011 Society for Human Resources Management’s Strategy Conference, Don Tapscott, the author of the bestseller Wikinomics, said, “I believe that the future is something that must be achieved and not predicted.” In that spirit, I’m...[Click to read more]

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Scientists prove telecommuting is awesome

by Jessica Stillman, GigaOm.com
November 14, 2011

You’re a manager and you’re thinking of allowing your team to telecommute. The reasons sound sensible enough: Anecdotal evidence suggests remote work leads to happier more productive workers and less environmental impact. But imagine your boss is a bit of a stickler. He’s not going to stand for any touchy-feely qualitative reports, or any “my...[Click to read more]

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5 Tips For Onboarding Remote Workers

by Sharlyn Lauby, Mashable.com
November 14, 2011

The Digital Careers Series is supported by Elance, the world’s leading site for online work. Check out Startup Cloud for tips on how to build a remote team. There might be an assumption that recruiting is easier when unemployment is high, but that’s simply not true. According to Manpower Group, 52% of employers reported having...[Click to read more]

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Virtual Teams: Pros, Cons & Best Practices

by Blog.fastfedora.com
October 23, 2011

Tech companies in Boston and Silicon Valley have a talent crunch. They can’t find enough programmers. Yet in small towns and cities across the country, and in countries around the world, programmers struggle to find good jobs. Why the disconnect? Large tech companies have been giving workers telecommute options for years. Teams comprise of members all...[Click to read more]

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Need To Confirm Your Freelance Workers Time? Here Are Two Apps That Help Keep Track

by Miguel Leiva-Gomez, Smallbiztechnology.com
October 22, 2012

Managing telecommuters can be one big pain in that one place where the sun don’t shine. There’s no doubt that you’ll get a finished product, but how long are they really working on it? Have you ever wondered whether your freelancers are giving you their undivided attention? That’s kind of hard to determine when they’re...[Click to read more]


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