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How to manage remote workers

by Michelle Goodman, Seattletimes.com
November 13, 2018

Much has been written about how employees can negotiate telecommuting privileges or remote positions. Same goes for the abundance of advice about how offsite workers can keep their supervisors happy. But managers also bear some responsibility in ensuring the success of remote-work policies and the employees who use them. If you supervise people who occasionally...[Click to read more]

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The 10 fastest-growing skills for freelancers in Q3

by Alison DeNisco Rayome, Techrepublic.com
November 13, 2018

The freelance job market continues to boom, as 56.7 million Americans representing 35% of the population perform some kind of freelance work, putting in an average of 1 billion hours of such work per week, according to Upwork. However, some skills are more likely to get you more work and higher pay rates than others, according...[Click to read more]

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“Run and then rest”: Four strategies for getting more done in less time

by LISA STEPHENSON, Smartcompany.com.au
November 12, 2018

We live in a world where being ‘busy’ is rewarded, and having a full diary is linked with high performance. Skipping lunch is a reflection of how in demand your time is, and late-night emails reflect your commitment. How did this happen? There is a general consensus in the corporate world this attitude is wrong,...[Click to read more]

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Why Remote Work Is in Demand Worldwide

by Daniel B. Kline, Nwitimes.com
November 9, 2018

Happy workers stay at their jobs longer. That saves companies money, as they don’t have to worry about hiring or training new workers nearly as often. In fact, companies that offer at least some form of remote-work option have 25% less turnover, according to 2017 research from remote video-conferencing hardware maker Owl Labs. Over half (56%) of...[Click to read more]

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5 Life Hacks to Get Ahead and Launch Your Own Startup Business Read Newsmax: 5 Life Hacks to Get Ahead | Newsmax.com Important: Find Your Real Retirement Date in Minutes! More Info Here

by Richard Agu, Newsmax.com
November 9, 2018

The secret of getting started is taking steps (actions). How often have you come across this statement? The truth is, there are millions of prospective entrepreneurs who are reluctant or afraid to startup a business without knowing it’s as simple as daring it. Starting a business can be a scary undertaking since there are no...[Click to read more]

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Workplace Festivities: How To Maximize Holiday Cheer Without Sacrificing Productivity

by Expert Panel, Forbes Human Resources Council, Forbes.com
November 9, 2018

The holiday season provides a lot of potential for businesses, and not just in terms of financial gain. The impending holidays can create a good mood in the workplace, as well as increased motivation to get all work completed before people take off on their holiday vacations. Workplace celebrations can also add a level of...[Click to read more]

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The Step-by-Step Guide to Firing a Remote Employee

by John Rampton, Entrepreneur.com
November 9, 2018

Startups with small teams are like families. Firing a member of that family is rarely easy — especially when the person in question works remotely. “When we are evaluating terminating someone — eliminating their livelihood — we have to work hard to ensure we have a full picture of the circumstances,” says Rex Castle, national...[Click to read more]


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