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7 Mistakes Managers Make When Managing Remote Workers

by Anita Bruzzese, QuickBase.intuit.com
April 14, 2014

Allowing employees to work from home or other remote locations is often touted as a way to keep workers more engaged and retain key employees. With more than 3.3 million working remotely, or about 2.6% of the U.S. employee workforce, it’s clear that the definition of the American workplace is changing. But that doesn’t mean...[Click to read more]

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Working from Home: Achieving a Balance

by Loren Ridinger, LorensWorld.com
April 14th, 2014

Working from home can be an incredibly rewarding experience. But it can also make keeping a home and work balance a bit more difficult when you’re doing it all in the same space. Setting boundaries is important and so is designating work hours. Read on to see how you can stay focused and productive.[Click to read more]

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Where Do I Work? Tips for Listing Telecommute Jobs on Your Resume

by Grammar Chic, ProfessionalResumeWriters.net
April 14, 2014

In today’s highly technological world, it is not uncommon for employees to spend part or all of their time working remotely. Some employees split their time between the office and their home, while others work from home full time. This can become a confusing area when it comes to writing your resume, however. For employees...[Click to read more]

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40 BUSINESSES YOU CAN START FROM HOME

by Angie Nelson, TheWorkatHomeWife.com
April 12, 2014

Several times per year I get emails from former colleagues or friends stating that they lost their job or are sick of the corporate world. Since I work from home, their emails always end with a request for the current home-based options available. Here are 40 businesses you can start from home. Click through any...[Click to read more]

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THE POWER OF REMOTE DEVELOPERS: HOW TO CONVINCE EMPLOYERS IT’S BETTER FOR THEIR BUSINESS

by Sherman Lee, blog.goodsense.io
April 11, 2013

During my office hours with Fred Ngo he asked a really great question — How do you land a gig where the employer is okay with you being remote?  Working remotely is nothing new. Talented developers have been working remotely at large companies, small companies, agencies, startups or as freelancers since the internet became fast enough....[Click to read more]

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Telecommuting: What is and isn’t working [INFOGRAPHIC]

by Dan Wisniewski, HRmorning.com
April 9, 2014

It’s no secret telecommuting and working from home have become more common. Here’s the lowdown on just how they fit into the modern workplace.   Telecommuting’s key facts The number of people telecommuting has risen between 60% and 79% since 2005, according to a recent piece in The New York Times, accounting for 3.2 million workers...[Click to read more]

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