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Survey Reveals What Working Moms Want — How You Can Help At Work And At Home

by Caroline Ceniza-Levine, Forbes.com
May 12, 2019

Job site Indeed surveyed 925 working parents to discover what working parents want and what employers can do. Over half of the respondents were mothers, and not surprisingly the results show that 90% of moms who work full-time say it was challenging to be successful at both work and at home. Interestingly, dropping to part-time work doesn’t help and...[Click to read more]

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3 Work From Home Time Traps to Avoid

by Choncé Maddox, Business2community.com
May 12, 2019

Working from home can seem like the right choice if you’re looking to adopt a flexible schedule and skip hectic commuter traffic. However, some people who work remotely may accomplish less due to common work from home time traps. While you often have the freedom to create your own schedule, you also run the risk of wasting...[Click to read more]

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Remote Control: Keys to Developing a Successful Remote Work Policy

by Karen Lachtanski, Cmswire.com
May 10, 2019

A Twitter post recently declared “if you’re a company that allows remote work but requires your employees to work in specific time zones, you’re contradicting yourselves.” This got me thinking: is there a right or wrong way to develop or trial remote worker policies? The comment also made me wince because the assumption seemed to...[Click to read more]

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How to Make Over $60K Working from Home

by Tamila McDonald, Savingadvice.com
May 10, 2019

Thanks to technological advances, more jobs can be done from home than ever. Between telecommuting employees and freelancers, about 8 million Americans (5.2 percent of the workforce in the U.S.) work from home at least some of the time, based on 2017 US Census Bureau data. Plus, some of the positions are quite lucrative, crossing well...[Click to read more]

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11 Leadership Tips To Follow If You’re New To Managing A Remote Workforce

by Forbes Coaches Council, Forbes.com
May 10, 2019

Today, many applicants consider benefits to be among their top criteria when choosing the right company. A common perk that workers look for is the ability to work remotely, either some or all of the time. From an employer’s perspective, allowing for remote work is a great way to attract top talent—and with the latest...[Click to read more]


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