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5 Surprising Elements That Boost Your Productivity (One of Them Is Color)

by Nina Zipkin, Entrepreneur.com
May 17, 2018

The most important thing to remember about productivity, is that unless you are actively procrastinating, there is no way that you can actually do it wrong. Everyone has their own strategy for accomplishing their goals. Ellevest founder Sallie Krawcheck swears by doing her work in the quiet of the 4:00 am hour. Lyft co-founder John Zimmer blocks out his...[Click to read more]

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Why Companies Should Let Employees Work Remotely And Travel More

by MeiMei Fox, Forbes.com
May 17, 2018

“While working remotely and employee volunteer programs are both on the rise, there are still many companies and leaders that haven’t realized the value of letting your employees commute less and travel more, especially for social good,” says Caroline Pinal, the cofounder of Giveback Homes. The social good real estate company has built hundreds of...[Click to read more]

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10 best practices to keep your IT project under budget

by Alison DeNisco Rayome, Techrepublic.com
May 17, 2018

Nearly all IT projects face a similar major challenge: Budgets. Only about half of all projects end up completed under budget, according to the Project Management Institute. This is largely because often, budgets are estimates based on what is known when the project is started, said Alan Zucker, founding principal of Project Management Essentials. “We expect...[Click to read more]

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How To Remote Work Like a Boss

by Brian Kreutz, Hrtechnologist.com
May 17, 2018

And yet when I started my career right out of college as an office IT guy, I assumed my dream was dead. I spent my days doing hands-on tasks such as upgrading machines for employees or fixing keyboards that were supposedly broken but really just needed new batteries. I figured I’d be stuck in an...[Click to read more]

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Planning for Failure: Why Software Breaks and How to Prepare Your Business

by MICHAEL GEORGIOU, Business.com
May 17, 2018

When it comes to software, Murphy’s Law holds true. Make sure your business is prepared when – not if – the software you rely on breaks.  Software is flexible. It can be programmed to do so many things. But as The Atlantic put it, “This flexibility is software’s miracle and its curse.” You’ve probably heard of Murphy’s Law:...[Click to read more]

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Positive Employee Experiences Start with Your Culture

by Sue Jones, Vrmintel.com
May 16, 2018

Providing great experiences for your guests and homeowners is key to the success of your property management business. But what about your employees? How would you rate their experience? Just as marketing has moved beyond looking at guest satisfaction to looking at the total guest experience, it is now time for businesses to refocus their...[Click to read more]

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Flexible Work Hours Help Moms Close The Wage Gap, & Employers Should Take Note

by AnnaMarie Houlis, Romper.com
May 16, 2018

That working moms don their hard hats or capes pretty much always is obvious. But new research has suggested that moms with flexible work arrangements can earn more money for their efforts. The study, which was recently published in the journal Work and Occupations, is the first of its kind to look at how flexible work hours could actually...[Click to read more]

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