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Workers Without Borders: Managing the Remote Revolution

by Anthony Smith, Entrepreneur.com
March 25, 2014

Many managers dread the thought of managing a virtualized workforce out of fear of losing the ability to track employee progress. But that doesn’t have to be the case. By establishing core values, like clear and frequent communication, along with leveraging the right tools, it’s easy to streamline workflow between on-site and remote employees. Once...[Click to read more]

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Increase Workplace Flexibility and Boost Performance

by Scott Behson, Hbr.org
March 24, 2014

The potential benefits of workplace variability are numerous — increased morale, motivation, and the ability to attract and retain talent — yet many managers don’t know where to start. Others are afraid that performance could suffer or something important could fall through the cracks. Even the most employee-oriented managers have concerns about having employees work outside...[Click to read more]

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On Working Remotely

by Luke Wertz, Palantir.net
March 24, 2014

Some people are cut out to work remotely; some people aren’t. Having grown up in East Africa and completed elementary and high school via an American correspondence school, I’ve always been a remote kind of a person. And although I traveled a lot growing up, I always loved being at home, wherever that was at...[Click to read more]

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Simple ways to engage remote team members

by Wayne Turmel, Management-issues.com
March 21, 2014

One of my least favorite topics to write about is employee engagement. That doesn’t mean it’s not important, because it is. It also doesn’t mean I’m unconcerned about the people who work for and with me, because I am. Really. I just find that the reasons people disengage are numerous and infuriatingly complex. And it’s...[Click to read more]

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The benefits of telecommuting

by Oon Yeoh, Businesscircle.com.my
March 20, 2014

When it comes to the topic of telecommuting, I’m biased. I’m a telecommuter myself, so it’s very natural that I’m in favour of it. It works well for me and the people I do work for are happy with my output, so I guess it works well for them, too. If it works so well...[Click to read more]

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Debunking the myths of remote work

by Harvey Schachter, Theglobeandmail.com
March 20, 2014

Telework is generally viewed as a work option of a small minority of North Americans, a work-flexibility model primarily used by women with children. But a recent survey by the Flex+Strategy Group found that our world has changed and it’s time to adjust our thinking. About a third of respondents – 31 per cent –...[Click to read more]


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