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Increasing numbers of us are ditching the office to work from home with the biggest rise among women employees

by Rebecca Smith, Cityam.com
May 19, 2017

More and more of us are working from home, according to new research by the Trades Union Congress (TUC). The number of employees who usually work from home has risen by 152,000 over the last year, according to its analysis of ONS data. Fancy pyjama-wearing and your own company over a long commute wedged among...[Click to read more]

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2 Valuable Tips To Help Manage Employees With ADHD

by Victor Lipman, Forbes.com
May 19, 2017

I always like hearing from readers on management issues, as they can provide details and personal insights you often don’t gain from textbooks and business journals. This was how I felt when I recently received correspondence from Kyle Nelson, who had read a 2012 article I’d done on managing employees with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity...[Click to read more]

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Walking the Walk: How to make work-life balance more than a buzz word

by Adva Biton, Utahbusiness.com
May 19, 2017

Work-life balance is a term that’s heard a lot—especially in reference to people with children. Ask any successful working mother, and she’ll tell you how often she gets asked about juggling work and life, whether she feels guilty, whether her boss or company is accommodating, etc. But here’s the thing: work-life balance is climbing the...[Click to read more]

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Why Hearing “No” at Work Isn’t a Failure—And What to Do Next

by RACHEL KIM, Glamor.com
May 19, 2017

It’s intimidating to go through the process of annual performance reviews and professional goal-setting. What happens when you’ve put together an amazing presentation for your boss—one that lays out exactly why you deserve a promotion or a raise—and you still get rejected? It doesn’t mean you’re bad at your job, and it doesn’t mean you...[Click to read more]

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Remote Workers Don’t Have to Be Your Team’s Black Sheep

by Shawn Moore, Fortune.com
May 18, 2017

The Leadership Insiders network is an online community where the most thoughtful and influential people in business contribute answers to timely questions about careers and leadership. Today’s answer to the question, “What are your strategies for staying effective while working remotely?” is written by Shawn Moore, chief technology officer of Solodev. Working remotely has become...[Click to read more]

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15 Remote Work Jobs for Executives

by Chad Brooks, Business News Daily Senior Writer, Businessnewsdaily.com
May 18, 2017

Just because you’re a boss doesn’t mean you can’t take advantage of remote work perks. A new report from FlexJobs highlights many telecommuting positions at the top of the corporate ladder. The specific job titles include director, executive director, vice president and various C-level positions, such as CEO, chief operating office and chief financial officer....[Click to read more]

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The Eco-Friendly Home Office

by Destiny Hagest, Permies.com, Motherearthnews.com
May 18, 2017

Something has happened that I don’t think anyone ever expected: digital entrepreneurs cut the environmental impact of the workforce. As industries evolve, current estimates speculate that as much as half of the workforce in the US could be telecommuting by 2020. Telecommuting is attractive to a lot of different people from many walks of life,...[Click to read more]

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25+ Fully Remote Companies That Let You Work From Anywhere

by Melanie Pinola, Zapier.com
May 18, 2017

High-speed internet and powerful apps make it possible for just about anyone with a desk job to work from home. Yet today most companies still insist that employees endure the sometimes soul-crushing commute to an office. We get it. Face time is important: great for team-building, collaboration, and navigating the nuances of communication. However, as...[Click to read more]

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