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Why People Who Schedule Fewer Tasks Get More Done

by John Rampton, Entrepreneur.com
November 30, 2018

Entrepreneur has in many cases become a synonym for martyr. Founders sleep as little as possible, promise everything they can and fill their schedules to the brim in a hopeless effort to do everything at once. Predictably, this obsession with monumental to-do lists is harming, not helping, entrepreneurs’ productivity. Multitasking, which has repeatedly been proven ineffective,...[Click to read more]

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What To Do When You’ve Made A Bad Hire

by Ashira Prossack, Forbes.com
November 30, 2018

New hires are expensive. When you add up the costs of recruiting, interviewing, onboarding, training, and ongoing development, the cost can be staggeringly high. However, the price of keeping a bad hire can easily outweigh the cost of replacing them. A bad hire impacts much more than the financial bottom line.[Click to read more]

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Time Management Tips For Parents: 15 Dad-Approved Tricks to Get More Done

by Matt Christensen, Fatherly.com
November 29, 2018

Let’s face it: we all waste time. At work. At home. While working from home. The list of potential time-sucking opportunities is as long as recorded history itself. Consider this: The average family barely spends 45 minutes together during weekdays, and less than three hours together during the days on the weekend. And while our responsibilities on any given day are bound to shuffle...[Click to read more]

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How to effectively work from home

by AMANDA HUBER, Smudailycampus.com
November 29, 2018

Millennials are changing the workplace, and although current college students are on the edge of this generation, there’s no sign of this change slowing down for Generation Z. One of the latest trends in the workplace is actually happening outside the workplace. More and more companies are allowing, and even encouraging, employees to work from home.[Click to read more]

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Kiss goodbye to the 9 to 5

by City A.M. Reporter, Cityam.com
November 29, 2018

More people than ever are moving away from the 9 to 5 in favour of jobs that allow flexible working. According to conference call firm Powwownow, 75 per cent of UK employees would rather take a job that gives them the option to choose their own work schedule. This is a staggering 70 per cent...[Click to read more]

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5 predictions for the future of remote working tools

by JARED LINDZON, Fastcompany.com
November 29, 2018

When Stephane Kasriel moved from France to Silicon Valley in the 1990s, the concept of “telecommuting” was dramatically different than it is today. Working remotely in the late ’90s still required access to expensive tools, which usually required either a hefty investment from employers or for remote workers to shoulder the financial burden, making the...[Click to read more]

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How Freelancing And Other Remote Work Will Help Save Rural Life

by Jon Younger, Forbes.com
November 28, 2018

From the Washington Post, November 23, 2018: “Tulsa is aiming to attract people by offering those who work remotely and entrepreneurs $10,000 to move there. If they agree to stay for at least one year, the workers will receive cash that includes rent subsidies and stipends.” According to Forbes, Tulsa is competing with the state of Vermont,...[Click to read more]

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Keeping The Team Together: Six Tips For Managing A Blend Of Remote And In-House Employees

by YEC Women, Forbes.com
November 28, 2018

With rapid advancements in technology and connectivity, more professionals are transitioning into part-time and full-time remote work. Offering the option to work remotely is a great perk for  attracting and keeping top professionals in a competitive economy. However, there are unique challenges that come with managing both in–house and remotestaff, from project tracking and time management to effectively engaging employees in company culture.[Click to read more]


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