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It May Surprise You to Learn Who is Teleworking From Home (Infographic)

by SmallBusiness.com
February 24, 2014

Picture in your mind the typical teleworking employee who works from home or a satellite business center away from their employer’s office. Now, prepare to have that picture challenged. According to new research, nearly 75% of such remote workers are male. The study, from the workplace strategy consulting firm, Work+Life Fit, Inc., also claims that...[Click to read more]

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Does working remotely really work?

by Marcin Zajkowski, wearesicc.com
February 24, 2014

We often hear about freelancers working from Starbucks, self-employed people doing their job from home and world travelers lying on the hot sand somewhere in the Bahamas with “Sex on the Beach” in one hand and netbook in other. Does it really work like this?  Does remote work have more pros or cons? Read about...[Click to read more]

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“Remote” Working; Office Not Required

by Pierre DeBois, Smallbiztrends.com
February 23, 2014

Once in a while, in the great cosmos, the stars and celestial bodies – better known as opinions here on Earth – can line up between authors and book reviewers. Take the book Rework by 37 signals Co-Founders Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson (@37signals). When I reviewed it, I noted how service firms would...[Click to read more]

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Quiet please. How flexible working is heralding a new generation of intrapreneurs

by Jamie Thomson, Virgin.com
February 21, 2014

Modern job specifications would have us believe that unless we’re all outgoing team players, who enjoy working under pressure, then there’s no room for us in today’s workplace. But what about those of us who are content working alone? You are reading an article from the rise of flexible working series, to read more about this...[Click to read more]

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Google’s Tim Bray steps down in the name of working remotely

by Dara Kerr, Cnet.com
February 20, 2014

Web guru and Android enthusiast Tim Bray has announced he’s leaving Google. Why? Because he wants to work from home. “It’s an amicable separation in the face of irreconcilable differences: I wouldn’t move to California and Google wouldn’t open a Vancouver office,” Bray wrote in a blog post. “Both before and after being hired, I...[Click to read more]

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Infographic: Why Video Conferencing?

by Virginette Acacio, BlueJeans.com
February 19, 2014

Admit it, when you’re on audio-only conference calls, there’s an overwhelming tendency to multi-task. Whether it’s Facebooking, side conversations, or even sleeping, it’s difficult to stay focused on the meeting because you aren’t having a face-to-face conversation. Video conferencing bridges that gap and we found that 90% of people agree that video makes meetings more efficient and engaging.[Click to read more]

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WORKING REMOTELY THROUGH THE YEARS

by James Clark, TooManyAdapters.com
February 19, 2014

I’m writing this from a cafe in Saigon, with access to two vitally important things:  speedy internet, and high-quality iced coffee. This is a normal day at the office for me, and it seems only appropriate that I be writing this article about working around the world while in a cafe in Vietnam. I’ve been...[Click to read more]

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Remote Work Can Work

by Jeremy Wells, Medium.com
February 18, 2014

The idea of working remotely (working from home, telecommuting, etc) isn’t new. People have been working remotely for years. These highly coveted, and fairy-tale jobs are considered the oasis of employment for many people. The beautiful dreams of a 15 second commute from your comfy bed to the desk in your extra bedroom are all...[Click to read more]


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