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Telecommuting Reduces Stress and Increases Productivity According to PGi Survey

by MarketWatch.com
March 3, 2014

As businesses approach Telework Week 2014, employers and employees will make commitments to increase telecommuting and productivity, while decreasing commute times and stress. A survey of U.S.-based customers and knowledge workers by PGi PGI, -0.95% a leading global provider of collaboration software and services for more than 20 years, found that telecommuting employees see improvements...[Click to read more]

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How Freelance Work Gave These People More Time And Freedom (VIDEO)

by HuffPost Live, Huffingtonpost.com
March 3, 2014

Leading a career of freelance work means foregoing the security of knowing where that next paycheck is coming from, but it’s a choice that comes with freedom and a sense of adventure. Do the perks make freelancing worth the stress? When HuffPost Live gathered a panel of freelancers to discuss, the answer was a resounding...[Click to read more]

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PI Worldwide Offers Tips And Strategies For Managing Remote Workers

by PIWorldwide.com
March 3, 2014

Although spring is near, winter storms continue to make news and disrupt travel. Whatever the weather, the reasons why companies should embrace remote work policies will keep coming anytime there is a situation that affects people’s commutes.  Adopting a remote workforce strategy now will only benefit companies when they might otherwise lose productivity due to...[Click to read more]

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How To Successfully Work From Home

by Brian Boht, MerakSystems.com
March 3, 2014

Working from home has become popular for both employees and employers. Employees take advantage of reduced commute times, savings on gas and other transportation costs, and an increase in work/home life balance. Employers benefit from reduced overhead costs as well as larger resource pools. However, working from home poses its own set of challenges. The...[Click to read more]

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Myths About Project Management Busted by Hard Facts (Infographic)

by Zackua, UCollectInfographics.com
March 3, 2014

You might hear a lot of misconceptions about project managers today: they’re buried in paperwork, run constant lengthy team meetings, and so on. However, researches and stats prove different. Based on the results of multiple studies, this infographic from Wrike, a popular provider of task management software, busts five most common project management myths and...[Click to read more]

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The expert view: what does the future hold for our working lives?

by Jack Preston, Virgin.com
February 28, 2014

For the past month we’ve been focusing on the rise of flexible working, exploring people’s attitudes towards the sudden change in working practices and the truth behind the assurances  made by the many organisations that claim employees now have license to work where and when they please… You are reading an article from the rise of...[Click to read more]

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‘Lone Eagle’ Cities: Where The Most People Work From Home

by Joel Kotkin, JoelKotkin.com
February 28, 2014

In an era of high unemployment and limited opportunity, more Americans are taking matters into their own hands and going to work for themselves out of their homes. Normally small businesses have led the way during economic recoveries, but this time around they’re not creating many jobs. Instead much of the growth we are now...[Click to read more]

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Managing Remote Employees: Part Two: Measuring and Communicating

by Mark Feldman, Blog.mycorporation.com
February 28, 2014

You don’t have the ability to always physically oversee and monitor their progress, so measuring effectiveness and keeping open lines of communication is very important.  If you introduce a framework and a structure that allows for easy communication and measure output, telecommuters can be just as effective as if you’re in regular physical contact. What...[Click to read more]

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How Remote Teams Save Money

by Worksnaps.net
February 28, 2014

Are you considering starting and transitioning your company into a remote workforce? If so, this is the post for you. I’ll attempt to answer the following 3 questions that I often get regarding distributed companies: What are some of the challenges or hurdles I might face as a remote company? What technologies should I utilize...[Click to read more]


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