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Fall in Love with Managing Virtual Teams Using These Simple Strategies

by Pratik Dholakiya, Smallbiztrends.com
July 17, 2018

Virtual teams are the way of the future. Slowly but surely, businesses of all sizes are waking up to the tremendous potential that remote hiring brings. When location itself is a non-factor, a business can hire the best from anywhere around the country, indeed the world. It works well for employees, too. People are increasingly insisting...[Click to read more]

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9 Business Expenses You Can Reduce or Eliminate to Save Thousands

by John Rampton, Nhregister.com
July 17, 2018

Businesses are supposed to make money. So why do small business owners waste money on things they don’t need? According to Business Insider, cash-flow problems account for 82 percent of all small business failures. That’s nearly double the second-place factor (no market need for the product). If you run a small business, you’re more likely to...[Click to read more]

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In The War For Talent, Your Best Weapon Is Your Current Workforce

by Judd Borakove, Forebes.com
July 17, 2018

In what is now a candidate’s market, there are many challenges in attracting and hiring good people. This — coupled with the increasing number of employees who are leaving for better opportunities — makes company growth and sometimes even general function difficult. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job market is tightening for employers....[Click to read more]

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25 top companies for part-time remote jobs

by Mark Jones, Komando.com
July 16, 2018

Part-time work is a popular way to make money. Combine a part-time schedule with the ability to work from home, and it can be the ultimate in work flexibility for many job seekers. People who work from home find themselves enjoying a range of benefits–increased productivity, less stress from avoiding a commute, more time to...[Click to read more]

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As Companies Become More Virtual, Four Ways To Make Remote Work More Effective

by Erika Andersen, Forbes.com
July 16, 2018

In 1973 when Jack Nilles, an NASA engineer, coined the term “telecommuting,” I suspect he had no idea what was coming. It would be decades before working remotely would really catch on, mostly because we didn’t yet have the technology to fully support the average job being done at a distance. As late as 1996, for instance, a...[Click to read more]

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Essential Skills to Be an Effective Manager

by Christy Bieber, Fool.com
July 16, 2018

Like most people, I’ve had good managers and I’ve had bad ones. But it wasn’t until I started managing my own employees that I realized the challenges involved in keeping staff members motivated while leaving room for them to excel. The good news is, managing workers effectively requires skills that you can develop over time, so you can learn to be...[Click to read more]

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Is Everybody Home? Here’s How to Devirtualize Your Team.

by Dick Morgan, Sfgate.com
July 15, 2018

As popular as telecommuting has become, its actual benefit to productivity is still in dispute. Advocates for the practice cite a 2014 survey where 77 percent of respondents reported greater productivity while working offsite, while 30 percent accomplished more in less time. However, all of the respondents were telecommuters, which is sort of like reporting that ice...[Click to read more]

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Are Processes Slowing Your Company Down? Try These 8 Simplifying Tips

by Lisa Bodell, Forbes.com
July 15, 2018

Prohibiting left turns may seem like a strange way to simplify, but this single decision has hugely impacted UPS. As a result of its drivers avoiding left turns, the company saves 10 million gallons of gas annually, delivers 350,000 more packages every year, and it reduced its average time per delivery. To improve processes in your own...[Click to read more]

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Open Offices Make Employees Less Productive & Collaborate Way Less, According To A New Study

by JAMES LOKE HALE, Bustle.com
July 15, 2018

If, over the past few years, you’ve worked in an office, been anywhere near an office, or been remotely close to anyone who works in an office, you probably know open office layouts have been the hot topic in corporate office design. Proponents of the open office plan say having no cubicles facilitates bonding between employees; detractors say “open”...[Click to read more]

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