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Make Your Home Office Work For You [Infographic]

by Irma Hunkeler, Business2community.com
January 13, 2016

Productivity can depend on so many factors, from the kind of chair you have and the seating position you adopt, to the colour scheme you choose for your workspace. 30 million people work from home at least once a week in the US, and that figure will inevitably continue to grow. With 79% of workers...[Click to read more]

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How to get back an hour a day of quality ‘me-time’

by NICOLE LAWTON, Stuff.co.nz
January 10, 2016

It’s 7 o’clock in the evening, her son is in bed, and Marika Hill has two choices. She would normally check her emails, do the vacuuming and trawl through the news apps on her iPhone. But she doesn’t. Instead, the 32-year-old working mum switches off the phone and takes some time to herself to do...[Click to read more]

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The Invention of Telecommuting

by Vicky Gan, Govexec.com
December 2, 2015

According to the latest Census numbers, 4.5 percent of Americans, or about 6.5 million people, are working from home most of the time. That’s up from 3.2 percent in 2000, and roughly double the proportion in 1980. This uptick is new, conjuring images of freelancers hunched over laptops—but telecommuting isn’t. The concept of working away from...[Click to read more]

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Five ways work will change in the future

by Interviews by Killian Fox and Joanne O'Connor, Theguardian.com
November 29, 2015

1 | Workplace structures Forget the rigid corporate ladder – now the corporate lattice allows free-flowing ideas and career paths Browse the business section of any bookshop and you’ll find dozens of titles promising to share the secret to climbing the corporate ladder. But the day is not far off when such books will seem...[Click to read more]

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HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR HOME OFFICE SPACE

by LINDSEY DESIMONE, Elledecor.com
November 16, 2015

30 million Americans work from home at least once a week, and while it seems like a dream, there are a million and one things to get distracted by there. According to Wrike Project Management, whose aim is to increase on-the-job efficiency, one big culprit is your television (i.e. Netflix), but your overly energetic puppy and that mess of dirty dishes in...[Click to read more]

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Unnecessary rules, inadequate resources and office politics top the reasons for poor employee productivity

by Hayley Kirton, Cityam.com
October 29, 2015

Fussy managers may be responsible for slowdowns in the workplace, as having unnecessary rules came top of a list of reasons for poor productivity in a study released today by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). The CIPD’s latest Employee Outlook Survey, which was prepared in partnership with Halogen Software, also points the...[Click to read more]

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Remote versus Co-located Work

by Martin Fowler, Matinfowler.com
October 19, 2015

There isn’t a simple dichotomy of remote versus co-located work, instead there are several patterns of distribution for teams each of which has different trade-offs and effective techniques suitable for them. While it’s impossible to determine conclusive evidence, my sense is that most groups are more productive working in a co-located manner. But you can...[Click to read more]

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70% of employees would quit their jobs for a remote-working one

by Sissi Wang, Canadianbusiness.com
October 16, 2015

Work for an “office” worker has evolved to one that no longer requires an office. For many workers now, a laptop is all you need to do your job anywhere—on the bus, at a coffee shop, at home, or in bed. Some companies have started giving their employees more leeway to choose when and where...[Click to read more]

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