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How Being a Workaholic Differs from Working Long Hours — and Why That Matters for Your Health

by Lieke ten Brummelhuis and Nancy P. Rothbard
March 22, 2018

Hanna, a finance director at an international home care retailer, works long hours. She’s usually in the office from 9am to 5pm, but at home, when her three children go to sleep, she’ll work another four hours, not closing her laptop until midnight. She sometimes also works on weekends. But even though she works 60...[Click to read more]

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How to keep your remote employees’ networks more secure

by Larry Alton, E27.co
March 22, 2018

Remote workers make things simpler, more efficient, and often cheaper for startup organizations. It’s also a perk for employees who like eliminating their commute and working from the quiet of their own homes. For these exact reasons, remote work has grown exponentially over the last few years. According to a Gallup survey, 43 percent of employed...[Click to read more]

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How to foster a strong culture within a remote workforce

by Taylor Bragg, Techwireasia.com
March 22, 2018

THE number of employees leaving the office and deciding to work in a more virtual setting is rapidly on the rise. And who is to blame them? Working remotely brings many benefits to both employees and employers. Remote working gives workers the autonomy to work where they please and increases motivation and productivity levels. And...[Click to read more]

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5 Ways to Foster Productivity in Remote Workers

by KATIE HARROWER, Recruiter.com
March 22, 2018

Despite research that suggests telecommuting improves morale and lowers stress, many employers still fear that allowing employees to work remotely will harm productivity levels. These employers may need reassurance that remote workers are doing both the quantity and quality of work expected of them, rather than kicking back to watch Netflix. To establish a work-from-home program that really promotes...[Click to read more]

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Traditional Agencies Are Dead: 25 Benefits of a Remote Workforce

by Ron Lieback, Searchenginejournal.com
March 21, 2018

The concept of working from home is somewhat deceiving — especially for those who live by the conventional employment standards of the 20th century. The remote workforce is not only growing its own numbers in modernity; it’s also growing the bottom line for many agencies that are forward-thinking and embracing the benefits of the telecommuter.[Click to read more]

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Even Though My Team Works Remotely We Still Have a Strong Company Culture — Here’s How We Do It

by Bryan Miles, Sfgate.com
March 21, 2018

Building a strong culture without four walls has a lot in common with raising children. You’ve taught them well. You’ve nurtured them. And now the time has come to let them go. You’ll lie awake wondering if you’ve made the right decision. Should you give them all this freedom? Will they make good choices? Can...[Click to read more]

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Take Advantage Of The Growing Part-Time Workforce With These 15 Tips

by Forbes Coaches Council, Forbes.com
March 21, 2018

In decades past, most professionals were only interested in adding full-time positions to their resumes. Today, a growing number of people are seeking more flexible, part-time positions to give them more freedom in how they live their lives and manage their time. For businesses, this increasing interest in part-time work is a win-win: You can...[Click to read more]

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Remote Work Digest: March 20, 2018

by Worksnaps, Blog.worksnaps.com
March 20, 2018

The latest on all kinds of information, news, and resources that help you make working remotely better. How To Become The Type Of Manager People *Actually* Like Working For | Erin Bunch, Wellandgood.com Some seriously successful boss babes weigh in on how to conquer the imposter syndrome most first-time managers experience and become the type...[Click to read more]

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