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How to Manage Remote Employees

by Mike Kappel, Forbes.com
August 22, 2018

Remote work is becoming a norm. One study found that 52% of employees work remotely at least once per week. With so many employees working at least part of their time at home, coffee shops, or other places, you need to keep up with your changing role as a business owner and manager.[Click to read more]

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How to Avoid Making Costly Bad Hires

by Brian Weed, Avenica, Cfo.com
August 22, 2018

The fact that a bad hire is a costly mistake isn’t news. It’s a well-known truth that hiring mistakes reverberate across the organization. Unfortunately, in the current full-employment U.S. economy, where there’s stiff competition for top candidates, many companies struggle to find talent and are more likely to make mistakes.[Click to read more]

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To Build a Strong Team, You Need to Address All of Your Employees’ Needs

by Angela Ruth, Entrepreneur.com
August 22, 2018

The media has devoted endless reams of newsprint and inches of digital real estate to examining the country’s most pressing health problems. According to data released by the Centers for Disease Control in 2017, obesity affects nearly 40 percent of adults and 20 percent of children in the U.S. In addition, the National Alliance on Mental Illness...[Click to read more]

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The Tricks and Secrets to Mastering a Remote Workforce

by Elizabeth Dunn, Entrepreneur.com
August 22, 2018

Robert Glazer didn’t set out to build a 100 percent remote workforce. But in 2007, while forming his company, Acceleration Partners, he realized two things: One, fierce competition in hubs like New York and San Francisco had driven the salaries of even less-desirable candidates through the roof; and two, there was untapped talent in Acceleration’s niche field of affiliate marketing across...[Click to read more]

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Seven jobs you can do from home for more than $75,000

by Jill Cornfield, Cnbc.com
August 22, 2018

Going into law or nursing, among other professions, used to mean trudging to an office every day. Not anymore. As organizations retool their workforces, there are more opportunities to work remotely, which is great news for those with the skills and experience. The average telecommuter has at least a bachelor’s degree, is 46 or older...[Click to read more]

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No Time to Get Everything Done? 3 Surprising Facts About Entrepreneurs Who Don’t Manage Time Well

by Marla Tabaka, Inc.com
August 21, 2018

Time management can be defined in many ways, but what comes to mind for most is a definition similar to this one: Time management is the ability to plan and control how you spend the hours in your day to effectively accomplish your goals. I ask you, as an entrepreneur when was the last time you were able to...[Click to read more]

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Nine Ways To Boost Company Culture With Remote Workers

by Young Entrepreneur Council, Forbes.com
August 21, 2018

These days, many teams are made up of both in-house and remote staff. But this type of office arrangement is not without its challenges. After all, with part of the team not physically present, it can be harder to communicate, check in and maintain a cohesive company culture. Fortunately, technology has helped to bridge that...[Click to read more]

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