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[Infographic] How poor time tracking affects your business

by Arina Katrychev, Hospitalitynet.org
November 21, 2016

We all know why thorough time tracking is crucial for successful management: the more accurate your data is, the more informed your decisions are. But what if the data is not as precise as you expect? Of course, keeping track of hours spent on various projects helps analyze productivity, calculate billable amounts, and plan your...[Click to read more]

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Many Americans would accept pay cut to work from home

by KRYSTAL STEINMETZ, Aol.com
October 10, 2016

The average American worker prefers a traditional set work schedule — Monday through Friday from about 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. — and really wants to work from home. Those insights are part of a new study on how Americans value alternative work arrangements, which was published recently by the National Bureau of Economic Research....[Click to read more]

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Daily Commuter? Traffic Jams Could Be Costing You $1,800 a Year

by NICOLE AUDREY, Nbcnews.com
September 1, 2016

It turns out that being stuck in traffic isn’t just a waste of time; it’s a waste of money. A new report from AutoInsuranceCenter.com found that 86 percent of Americans commute to work, with traffic delays costing them an average of $960 per year. And while sitting in traffic, a yearly average of 19 gallons...[Click to read more]

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Hiring Remote Workers? Look For These 5 Qualities (Infographic)

by Rachel Go, 15five.com
August 18, 2016

Great workers don’t necessarily make for great remote workers. Knowing how to manage your time and stay accountable completely independent of an office or manager close-by, are vital skills that employees in an office don’t necessarily have to master. Before hiring a remote worker who will be operating from a distance, you need to look closely...[Click to read more]

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Infographic How to unlock employee engagement in financial wellness

by Benefitnews.com
July 19, 2016

More of today’s employers want “financially fit” employees, and for good reason. Fiscally sound employees tend to have less financial stress, which can translate into improved employee productivity and health. Yet traditionally, employers struggle to engage employees in the financial wellness programs they offer. To solve this, learn examples of innovative approaches to financial wellness...[Click to read more]

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Tech Will Forever Change the Way We Work in Just a Few Years

by Samara Lynn, Blackenterprise.com
June 6, 2016

The way you work will change dramatically in a few years. Wrike, a company that creates project management software, released a telling infographic that details the future of work and follows the general consensus of experts on tech’s influence on work. Top trends shaping the future of work include: Lines Between Home and Office Blur: “Open”...[Click to read more]

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Millennials Place Work/Life Balance Before Career Progression [Infographic]

by Niall McCarthy, Forbes.com
May 11, 2016

A new report from Deloitte has found that the world’s Millennials express little loyalty to their employers and feel that the majority of businesses have little motivation beyond profit. It also found that many Millennials are planning near-term exits from their employers while placing their personal values and interests ahead of organizational goals.[Click to read more]

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