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For Tech Staffers, Working Remotely Requires More Than Wi-Fi and a Desk

by By Fred O'Connor, IDG News Service, Pcworld.com
June 6, 2012

Web services, VoIP and other technology may have turned any place with an Internet connection into an office and decreased the importance of an IT professional’s location, but a range of factors contribute to how enterprise telecommuting policies are developed and who should untether from the traditional workplace, said IT executives and staffing professionals. Operating...[Click to read more]

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How to Manage Remote Workers

by Business.time.com
June 6, 2012

As a small business, letting your employees work remotely can make for happier and more productive employees and also save on overhead costs. Keeping an eye on remote workers isn’t all that different from managing them in person – either they get the work done or they don’t. Some people simply lack the self-discipline to...[Click to read more]

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The Future World Of Work (Infographic)

by Emma Cossey, FreelanceLifestyle.co.uk
June 6, 2012

At the moment, I’m reading ReWork, a book by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson all about how our current perception of how a business should work isn’t how it has to work (thanks for the recommendation Kerri Chalk!). The pair explain how people doubted their business would be successful when none of them worked...[Click to read more]

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Telecommuters aren’t isolated and unproductive

by Melissa Hincha-Ownby, MNN.com
May 31, 2012

Study debunks the myth that telecommuters are disconnected and thus less productive. Having worked from home for years, I hear many arguments both for and against telecommuting. One of the common arguments against working from home is that employees are disconnected and isolated, which leads to a lack of attachment to the workplace and ultimately...[Click to read more]

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Managing Remote Employees

by JamesAdonis.com
May 24, 2012

That weird-looking picture on the left is of bacteria – the organisms that play an essential role in our lives. Bacteria help us digest food, eliminate toxins from our body, and provide us with vital nutrients. And yet these tiny creatures, responsible for so much good stuff on the planet (and lots of bad stuff,...[Click to read more]

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Tips for Having Great Virtual Meetings

by Carl Wiese, Huffingtonpost.com
May 17, 2012

New technology and the reality of working in global organizations means we are replacing traditional in-person meetings with travel-free, technology-enabled, face-to-face collaboration that can occur at anytime, with anyone, anywhere in the world. The virtual workplace has many advantages, but it also introduces new challenges. We work with people we’ve never met before, and we...[Click to read more]

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