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Open or Private Offices for Developers? Stack Overflow Says ‘Go Remote’

by David Ramel, Adtmag.com
April 17, 2017

While the debate continues about whether enterprises should offer their developers private offices or open workspaces, coding site Stack Overflow espouses a third option: go remote. Stack Overflow long ago expressed its preference for placing its developers in private offices rather than open environments, such as cubicle farms or rows of workstations, but acknowledged that...[Click to read more]

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More companies open to allowing employees to work at home

by Yukako Fukushi, The-japan-news.com
April 17, 2017

Teleworking, a work style that features telecommunications technology that allows people to work at any time or place, is becoming common, buoyed by a recent trend to require a review of conventional work approaches, as well as an improvements in the security level of computers. Teleworking has become more accessible to many business people, while...[Click to read more]

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Collaborating in the Flexible, Digital Workplace

by Gary Audin, Nojitter.com
April 14, 2017

Offering flexible work schedules can help businesses attract the kind of workers they want and help retain the employees they already have. Do your collaboration technologies enhance or impede your digital workplaces? Do you have the best technologies or are there other impediments? How flexible are your working conditions? In today’s world, working is not...[Click to read more]

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How to Build Productivity Through Rewards and Recognition

by Ben Peterson, Inc.com
April 14, 2017

Employee recognition is one of the key drivers when motivating employees in the workplace, and 78 percent of employees would work harder if they were better recognized, according to Globoforce. It’s really as simple as that. More recognition for work well done means happier, more engaged employees who are more invested in your organization and...[Click to read more]

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New twist to old work-from-home scheme

by Sally Pitts, Anchor / Reporter, Wsfa.com
April 14, 2017

WSFA – It’s an old scheme with a new twist: con men are getting more efficient and sophisticated with how they run work-from-home schemes. A man who is identified only as Gary fell victim to one of these schemes. He says, “I had my resume out there and you get approached by these people online that...[Click to read more]

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4 Home Office Setup Blunders That Lead to Work-From-Home Hell

by Matt Christensen, Realtor.com
April 13, 2017

Working from home is a pretty sweet deal—no commute, no boss hovering over you, no obnoxious co-workers. And if there’s a container of 2-week-old pad thai polluting the fridge, you know whom to blame. It’s little wonder that one in five Americans today is taking advantage of this option. Yet for all its perks, working from home does have a...[Click to read more]

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How To Make Your Employees Healthier and More Productive

by Itai Elizur, Smallbiztrends.com
April 13, 2017

Smart companies know how important it is to use strategies that make their employees healthier so that they can perform better at work. Employees are the foundation of a company’s success. Common health issues that office employees face include lower back pain, headaches due to noise-related stress, obesity, heart disease, and flu.[Click to read more]

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