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How to Make Workplace Flexibility Work for You

by Talentintelligence.com
April 8, 2014

Workplace flexibility has traditionally fallen under the domain of working mothers who even in our modern era struggle to maintain a balance between professional and family responsibilities. With heavier work schedules, evolving gender roles, and an increasing necessity to care for aging parents, workplace flexibility has gradually become a top concern for workers of both...[Click to read more]

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Working Remotely “at” Ludisto

by Zachary Hoefler, Ludisto.com
April 7, 2014

I’ve been working remotely for Ludisto the past few months porting Poker Solitaire to iOS, Android, and Windows Phone 8. I’ve been doing development remotely from upstate New York in the USA, and even though the rest of our current team members live in Berlin (Germany), we don’t have a centralized office location. Though working...[Click to read more]

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4 time management tips for remote workers

by Adam Bertram, Blog.pluralsight.com
April 7, 2014

So you’ve finally achieved the freedom that comes with working remotely. Congratulations! Whether the Man is letting out some slack on your leash and allowing you to work from home, or you’re out begging for contracts as an independent freelancer, working remotely has some unique challenges. I’ve been working remotely for four years and have...[Click to read more]

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READY FOR THE REMOTE WORK REVOLUTION?

by David B. Grinberg, govloop.com
April 6, 2014

Call it what you will: telecommuting, remote work, telework, working from home, etc. Regardless of how one labels it the truth remains the same: telework works, period! However, for remote work to be successful employers must make sure such practices are properly applied and implemented with strict standards to ensure employee accountability, high performance and...[Click to read more]

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7 Remote Working Insights From A Global Design Startup That Never Opened An Office

by Alex Heber, Business Insider, Businessinsider.com
April 4, 2014

Managing a remote workforce has huge challenges. Removing the physical oversight of an employee sitting at a desk tapping away means managers have to shift the way they measure output and deal with team dynamics. Design prototyping app InVision has grown to a team of about 30 people and a valuation in the tens of millions of...[Click to read more]

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Tips for an Effective Remote Work Strategy

by Blog.birch.com
April 3, 2014

One of the major positive side effects of the rise of cloud services to the IT mainstream is that remote work has now become more possible and potentially fruitful than ever before. With cloud infrastructure, the various resources that businesses use most – employee collaboration tools, href=”http://www.cbeyond.com/services/voice”>business telephone systems, project management applications – are accessible...[Click to read more]

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