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7 Ways to Make Your Commute More Productive

by Eric Rosenberg, Nav.com
September 9, 2017

Driving to and from work is a necessity most Americans face every day. Commute times vary widely depending on location, with many rural Americans enjoying a drive under 15 minutes while many city dwellers and suburbanites dredge themselves more than 45 minutes each way. Whether your commute is fourteen minutes or forty minutes, you can...[Click to read more]

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Here’s How Having a Virtual Assistant Can Save You Gobs of Time

by LISA MARIE CONKLIN, Rd.com
September 8, 2017

What is a virtual assistant? Ah, the wonders of technology: A virtual assistant (VA) is someone who offers a variety of business services from a remote location—it’s one of the ways people can make money working from home. A VA can be useful to entrepreneurs, online businesses, bloggers, authors, or anyone that wants help without...[Click to read more]

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Millennials Love Team Collaboration Apps and Huddle Spaces

by Rebekah Carter, Commstrader.com
September 8, 2017

If companies want to stay on top with the youngest, freshest talent, they need to find a way to attract and retain staff who look at the workplace from a completely new perspective. Millennials are creative, collaborative creatures, with a strong desire for all-things technology. According to one white paper, Millennials actively work better in teams, preferring collaborative...[Click to read more]

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Five Ways To Keep Your Remote Team Thriving

by Kriselle Laran, Forbes.com
September 8, 2017

Like digital markets and distributed business models, the global workplace is increasingly decentralized. This evolving work environment brings the need for managers to embrace new techniques to support individual growth and collective commercial effectiveness. Additionally, modern supervisors with mobile teams face their predecessors’ challenges without the advantages of proximity.[Click to read more]

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A growing army of telecommuting professionals in the US workforce

by KAREN GRAHAM, Digitaljournal.com
September 7, 2017

As competition in the U.S. job market grows tighter, many companies are casting their nets wider to find the talent they require when the local talent pool dries up. This has resulted in companies altering their recruiting practices to stay ahead. Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/business/a-growing-army-of-telecommuting-professionals-in-the-us-workforce/article/501907#ixzz4sKsJwzzG[Click to read more]

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How to Make Coworking Spaces Work for Your Startup

by VikasAgrawal, Valuewalk.com
September 7, 2017

A professional work environment is crucial for the growth of any startup. It helps bring teams closer together, achieve maximum productivity, and establish the legitimacy of your brand to prospective clients. Due to the rising costs of office rents, more companies are now turning to shared,  coworking spaces to reduce their overhead costs. According to Research...[Click to read more]

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6 Negative Effects of Making Employees Work Overtime

by Jerry Shaw, Newsmax.com
September 7, 2017

It’s often inevitable for business owners to have employees work overtime. At times, employees jump at the chance to earn extra income and it could even create a healthy work environment. Problems arise with excessive overtime hours that result in negative effects. Overtime may help an employer who doesn’t have to hire additional workers, but...[Click to read more]

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31Percent Say They’ve Arrived Late or Missed an Online Meeting Due to Tech Problems

by Joshua Sophy, Smallbiztrends.com
September 7, 2017

There’s a push-pull dynamic surrounding remote workers. They could be saving your small business a lot of money but they can hinder productivity. Remote Work Issues A new study from CyberLink reveals just how disruptive some remote workers can be to small businesses. And it also shows just how much workers from home believe that dynamic hinders...[Click to read more]

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