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The case for remote working

by Dan Martin, Businesszone.co.uk
June 18, 2007

Over the decades the notion of a healthy work/life balance has shifted from a HR buzz word to a concept that has been debated in forums as high as the Houses of Parliament. However a good work/life balance is not just about working less hours; instead flexibility is proving the key for maintaining a happy,...[Click to read more]

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Managing Remote Employees in a Rapid Growth Company

by ServiceUntitled.com
February 13, 2007

I have talked about remote employees in the past. I constantly encourage companies to utilize remote employees and try to make them work. However, rapid growth companies often don’t have a choice, it is sometimes a nessecity to hire remote employees. In general, the advantages/disadvantages for rapid growth companies hiring remote employees are the same....[Click to read more]

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Seven Habits of Successful Virtual Teams

by Anne Zelenka, Gigaom.com
December 17, 2006

Companies of all sizes are experimenting with different ways to make virtual teams most effective: From large companies like IBM organizing fun activities like picnics and sports, to smaller companies like Perkett PR meeting up at Chamber of Commerce meetings to network, there seem to be plenty of excuses to get together during on and...[Click to read more]

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Getting the Most Out of Remote Workers

by Jennifer Robison, Gallup.com
June 8, 2006

One of the toughest parts of a manager’s job is the hardest to measure, because it involves the unquantifiable human connection between supervisors and the supervised. For many managers that connection is either exhausting or exhilarating, because it should be constantly renewed. So you might think that managing remote workers — work-at-home employees, satellite office...[Click to read more]

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Effectively Managing Remote Workers

by Katherine Spencer Lee, CIOupdate.com
September 30, 2005

The workplace today goes beyond just the walls that surround an office building. According to the International Telework Association and Council, 44.4 million Americans worked from home at least part of the time in 2004, up 7.5% from just one year earlier. Technology has enabled these employees to perform their jobs effectively from home, on...[Click to read more]

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Managing remote employees * The key to success in managing remote employees

by Melissa Shaw, NetworkWorld.com
June 24, 2003

Telework is on the rise, and why not? The technology is there and many companies – and managers – are coming around the fact that it can be a key retention tool as well as a way to increase employee productivity. Yet when many managers send employees home to work they’re left with a “Now what?” feeling....[Click to read more]

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