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Infographic: The pros and cons of remote work

by Emily Payne, Benefitspro.com
June 22, 2018

In traffic-dense cities especially, work-from-home options can be the make-or-break factor in a job offer. Seventy-seven percent of respondents in a recent Robert Half survey said they’d be more likely to accept a job if working remotely was an option. “High employment levels mean more people are on the roads traveling to and from their jobs, which increases traffic...[Click to read more]

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Want Your Employees to Work Harder? Let Them Take Long Summer Vacations

by Jessica Stillman, Inc.com
June 23, 2018

As of yesterday, summer has officially begun. That means warm days, long evenings … and empty offices. The hot months might be prime time for enjoying the great outdoors, but as any boss (or worker distracted by daydreams of an upcoming getaway) can tell you, vacation season is not known to be an exceptionally productive time of the year. If you’re a business...[Click to read more]

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Amazon Is Filling Work-From-Home Jobs For Its New Restaurant Delivery Service

by KAITLIN GATES, Simplemost.com
June 23, 2018

Love food, but you’re a nightmare in the kitchen? No worries. Amazon is looking to fill some work-from-home jobs for their new restaurant delivery service and, get this — food-related experience isn’t even required. Amazon is hiring work-from-home merchant support associates for Amazon Restaurants, a role that combines business-focused customer service with technical support. Basically, you’ll be the interface...[Click to read more]

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Increase Productivity by Putting Employees First

by NATHAN MILLER, Business.com
June 22, 2018

When you put employee satisfaction first, productivity goes up. Here are a few easy ways that you can start to prioritize employee job enjoyment and make it part of your company culture. Today’s workforce demands transparency, flexibility and recognition. Instead of rolling your eyes at “everyone needing a participation award,” consider this: When you put...[Click to read more]

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