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Why it’s time to telecommute, and how to stay productive

by Marc Saltzman, Azcentral.com
February 11, 2017

As many as 25 percent of working Americans telecommute today, to some degree, according to a recent report published by Global Workplace Analytics.  The remaining 75 percent don’t know what they’re missing. OK, so working from home might not be for everyone, nor does every company allow for it, but as many telecommuters (or “teleworkers”)...[Click to read more]

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Get The Most Out Of Working Remotely [Infographic]

by Umair Tariq, Valuewalk.com
January 27, 2017

The days of the rigid 9-to-5 for office workers are a thing of the past. In this always-on world of 2017, many people work from home or while on the go, particularly executives who travel frequently for business. The proliferation of technology such as Skype allows for professionals to work from almost any location and...[Click to read more]

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Email Management Doesn’t Have To Consume Your Life If You Follow These 5 Tips

by Kayla Greaves, Huffingtonpost.ca
January 12, 2017

Let’s face it: Email inboxes can quickly spiral into a disarray in a matter of days. But while it’s overwhelming dealing with email when the unread counter creeps into the three or four digit range, it’s not impossible. Thankfully productivity experts have developed some tried-and-true methods to decluttering your inbox. While they won’t stop the...[Click to read more]

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Are remote workers happier?

by Ian Barker, Betanews.com
December 7, 2016

Thanks to technology, remote working is easier and more popular, with both workers and employers, than ever before. But does being able to work remotely lead to a happier workforce? Time management specialist Time Doctor has produced an infographic based on research by employee engagement company TINYpulse into remote working habits.[Click to read more]

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Indispensable Time Management Hacks to Get More Out of Your Work Day

by Ghergich, Visual.ly
December 5, 2016

A study by the Dragium Group found that their top performing employees worked hard for 52 minutes, then rested for 17 minutes. Get several tips to better manage your time and take a look at these excellent time management apps. – See more at: http://visual.ly/indispensable-time-management-hacks-get-more-out-your-work-day#sthash.3JsNkLdu.dpuf[Click to read more]

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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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