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To tap into hidden talent pools, you need to know how to build a remote team

by STEPHANE KASRIEL, UPWORK, Venturebeat.com
November 14, 2017

One of the most important skillsets in today’s digital world is knowing how to work with remote teams — because today’s office has no walls. The walls began dissolving when technological advances shifted us from manufacturing to more knowledge-based work. More walls fell away when we moved our business operations to the cloud: Thanks to the cloud,...[Click to read more]

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The rise of the virtual assistant

by Lana Bandoim, Theweek.com
November 14, 2017

There were an estimated 3.9 million secretaries and administrative assistants in the United States in 2016, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. However, this figure does not distinguish between assistants who work in an office, and the growing number of those who work online. Indeed, virtual assistants are quickly replacing traditional secretaries and in-office personal or...[Click to read more]

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Think Like A Startup: 4 New Employee Benefits To Attract And Retain Talent

by Zack Friedman, Forbes.com
November 14, 2017

If you want to attract and retain top talent at your company, you need to think like a startup. However, you don’t have to be Google, Facebook or a Silicon Valley tech startup to offer attractive and creative benefits to your employees. Any company can transform into an employee-centric company by following these simple steps....[Click to read more]

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Is Your ‘Personality Type’ Right for Working Remotely?

by Geoffrey James, Inc.com
November 14, 2017

For decades, personnel departments and managers have used the “Four PersonalityTypes” to choose which individuals to hire or promote. All four types (A, B, C, and D) were supposed to be useful to a well-rounded organization, but the overwhelming tendency is to treat it as a grading system, where Type A personalities are the winners and the other...[Click to read more]

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Three Ways For Busy Entrepreneurs To Manage Stress And Burnout

by Jessica Gonzalez, Forbes.com
November 14, 2017

There’s something about the entrepreneurial personality type that leads to success. A young, energetic, enthusiastic entrepreneur can just keep going and going. When other people are ready to throw in the towel and quit, this personality type will redouble existing efforts instead. In the end, it’s this approach to starting and maintaining a business that...[Click to read more]

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How to Boost Network Security for Remote Employees

by Adam Richards, Arichards.bangordailynews.com
November 13, 2017

Thanks to the numerous innovations in mobile and networking technologies, employees can carry out their duties outside the office. Some employers let their employees work from any location of their choice for cost savings and productivity reasons. As more people are working remotely, there are security concerns that employers need to evaluate. The following tips...[Click to read more]

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How to Help Remote Workers Feel More Connected

by Matt Alderton, Successfulmeetings.com
November 13, 2017

A growing number of workers are working from home instead of an office. Those folks aren’t just leaving commutes and cubicles behind, however. They’re also leaving camaraderie, according to Entrepreneur writer Rose Leadem. “When you’re not coming into the office every day, it can be tough not to feel left out,” says Leadem, who cites a recent...[Click to read more]

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