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The New Entrepreneurship: Online Startup Businesses as the Path towards the 15-Hour Work Week?

by Tobias Roberts, Huffingtonpost.com
November 8, 2017

I remember my first year of university during an introductory economics class; a professor gave us an essay to read by the famed economist John Maynard Keynes who, back in 1930, predicted that we humans would be working 15 hours a week in the not-so-distant future. As our material needs were satisfied, as the theory...[Click to read more]

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Eliminate These Three Concerns to Convince Your Boss to Allow Remote Work

by JP Pillat, Blog.makestickers.com
November 8, 2017

Less than one year ago, MakeStickers didn’t have an official remote work policy, but that all changed at the start of summer 2017. We put a lot of thought into whether or not a remote work policy would make sense for MakeStickers, primarily because such a big part of our business is production-based, and those...[Click to read more]

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6 Ways to Increase Productivity By Helping Employees Get Enough Sleep

by Marielleleon, Glassdoor.com
November 8, 2017

When the Nobel Prize in medicine is awarded to sleep researchers, you know it’s time to pay attention. This year, the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicinewas awarded jointly to Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W. Young for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian rhythm. Their research found that wellbeing is...[Click to read more]

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5 Ways to Boost Employee Efficiency

by Abcmoney.co.uk
November 7, 2017

Business leaders and managers all work toward the same goal of improving the efficiency of employees. Many people mistake this process for saving as much time as possible. But saving time doesn’t do your business any favor if your workforce doesn’t know what to do with that time. This explains why some businesses still fail...[Click to read more]

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Making Space for a Home Office

by MICHELLE HIGGINS, Nytimes.com
November 7, 2017

Setting up a home office can be as simple as placing a desk in a spare room or opening up a laptop on a kitchen table. But if you work from home on a regular basis, you deserve more than a makeshift workspace — or a replica of the claustrophobic cubicle you left behind. “Make...[Click to read more]

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3 Incredible Productivity Hacks for the First Time CEO

by ANNA DOMANSKA, Industryleadersmagazine.com
November 7, 2017

We all want to be more productive and better organized, don’t we? What we fail to grasp is that most of the time being more productive means striking a better work-life balance. A big part of leading a productive life, and not just listing your To-Dos and goals, is consistently prioritizing that support the expansion...[Click to read more]

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Seven habits of highly successful remote teams

by Kelvin Ong, Hrmasia.com
November 7, 2017

Remote working can lead to disengagement and low productivity. But when done right, it is highly beneficial for morale. Remote working has been around for decades, but with a growing emphasis on work-life balance and flexible arrangements in recent years, having the option to work offsite has become increasingly sought-after. But a recent survey revealed...[Click to read more]

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4 Ways Technology Will Shape The Future of Work By 2020

by Nuha Masri, Huffingtonpost.com
November 7, 2017

In the past several years, we’ve seen an explosion of technology solutions in every field of business, from cloud storage and collaboration to marketing (some statistics). As a result, the way we work itself has been transformed. According to the BLS, the average worker today is almost twice as productive as workers in 1987. Just about...[Click to read more]

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How to cope with the loneliness of being a manager

by Cynthia Maxwell, Work.qz.com
November 6, 2017

Ever feel lonely at work? Did you notice yourself feeling more lonely once you started managing people? Well, it’s not just you. Though the exact links between responsibility and loneliness aren’t entirely clear, conventional wisdom is that “the view from the top is a lonely one.” One explanation, proposed by Northwestern associate professor Adam Waytz, is that “power...[Click to read more]

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