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Who’s the Average Stay-at-Home Worker Today?

by DashBurst, Smallbiztrends.com
July 29, 2015

Around 33 million people in the US work remotely at least half of the time they work. In fact, the number of remote and stay-at-home workers increased by 79.7 percent from 2005 to 2012. So exactly who is working remotely and why are companies embracing remote work? To answer these questions, Column Five created an infographic called...[Click to read more]

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Infographic: Telecommuting, BYOD flourishing in US workplace

by Fred Donovan, Fiercemobileit.com
July 27, 2015

Despite some reports to the contrary, it would appear that telecommuting and BYOD are flourishing in the U.S. enterprise, according to an infographic prepared by Workspot, a Workspace-as-a-Service startup. A full 84 percent of Americans work remotely from home more than once a month. In addition, nearly one-quarter of Americans telecommute weekly, and more than 40...[Click to read more]

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Could Working from Home Work for You?

by Sophie Deering, Theundercoverrecruiter.com
July 11, 2015

When it comes to working from home, opinions are rather split about whether it can actually work and how it may affect an employees productivity. Home working and flexible house are a couple of things that a lot of employers are taking on board as a bid to improve their company culture and facilitate for staff’s...[Click to read more]

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Working from home: Do you have what it takes, or not?

by Ellen Vessels, Theamericangenius.com
July 10, 2015

Working from home is increasingly common With 34 million people in the United States working from home, it is clear that communication technologies have opened up new options for telecommuting. Most telecommuters work from their own homes, connecting via the internet to the company’s network. It is estimated that by 2016, the number of workers...[Click to read more]

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Virtual Teams

by Crystal Lombardo, Thenextgalaxy.com
June 17, 2015

Virtual teams are something pretty new to the business and corporate world. This is when employees and professionals work from remote locations. Many work in their homes, or while traveling, and some even work from different offices around the world. The frequency that these virtual workers are being utilized is increasing quickly as our technology...[Click to read more]

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Want to Help Stop Climate Change? Start Working Remotely

by Remoteworker.wordpress.com
June 3, 2015

In November representatives from 200 countries will gather in Paris to hash out a plan of action to reduce climate change. Some see this as a ‘last chance’ for action as the the amount of human produced CO2 in our atmosphere is on the rise. Population growth, deforestation and increased consumption of fossil fuels are...[Click to read more]

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