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Five office planning tips to improve wellbeing

by Cameron Clark, Covermagazine.co.uk
August 24, 2018

Employers can improve both the overall wellbeing and productivity of their workforce through better office plans and designated areas With the rise of flexible working hours, growing corporate diversity and a greater awareness of mental health in the workplace, the days of brutalist office blocks filled with identikit office cubicles are quickly becoming a distant...[Click to read more]

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The Best Work From Home Jobs Dads Can Really Get

by Dave Baldwin, Fatherly.com
August 24, 2018

Sorry, guys. But if you’re searching for a work-from-home job because you’re a parent and have grand visions of diligently cranking through your workday sitting in a comfortable home office while your toddler peacefully plays with blocks beside your desk, then you’re delusional. That’s a highly romanticized notion. Balancing even a part-time work-from-home job and the responsibilities of parenting is...[Click to read more]

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Homework: Technology is allowing more workers to telecommute

by Rick Foster, Thesunchronicle.com
August 24, 2018

For Steve Schoonveld, going to work isn’t synonymous with commuting to the office. The 50-year-old actuary for Lincoln Financial Group used to have an office, actually, but it was decided he no longer needed it. When visiting clients across the country he can work and teleconference on his computer. When he’s back in the Boston...[Click to read more]

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How One Silicon Valley C.E.O. Masters Work-Life Balance

by Bee Shapiro, Nytimes.com
August 24, 2018

It’s no surprise that Chris O’Neill, the chief executive of Evernote, a note-taking and organization app based in Silicon Valley, is pretty good with time management. Mr. O’Neill, 45, exercises regularly, sleeps seven hours a night, devotes Saturdays to his children and even gardens. Feel inadequate? Maybe you should stop reading.[Click to read more]

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Create Your Dream Home Office Inspired By The Workspaces Of Top Influencers And Entrepreneurs

by Amanda Lauren, Forbes.com
August 23, 2018

Ask any successful female creator, thought leader or entrepreneur how they’ve achieved their goals. Every person will give you different answers, but there’s one commonality. They all have stylish, Instagram-perfect workspaces that reflect not only who they are in the current moment, but where they want to be in the future. I spoke with fourteen...[Click to read more]

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What Leaders Should Consider Before Supporting ‘Work-Life Integration’

by Ed Krow, Forbes.com
August 22, 2018

I’ve been reading a lot of articles recently, including an interview with Jeff Bezos, touting the new concept of work-life integration. When I hear “integration,” I think blending two things together — in this case, so that work is part of life. In fact, the very definition of integration is “an act of combining into a whole.” As a...[Click to read more]

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