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4 Keys to Managing Remote Employees

by SkywalkGroup.com
August 23, 2010

For most of my career, I have been part of organizations where remote relationships were the norm.  At times I have been the remote worker, being managed from a distance.  At other times, I have been the manager, directing the work of one or more distance employees.  From both sides of the equation, I have...[Click to read more]

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The Four Keys To Success With Virtual Teams

by Erin Meyer, Forbes.com
August 19, 2010

Today’s financial woes have forced many companies to pick members of project teams from across various global locations and have them communicate virtually–by phone, e-mail and video conference–thereby saving both time and money. There are more global virtual teams today than ever before. And their numbers are increasing rapidly. INSEAD, the international business school where...[Click to read more]

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How The Internet Works [INFOGRAPHIC]

by Aibek Esengulov, MakeUseOf.com
August 1, 2010

Almost everyone nowadays uses the Internet. Stuff like Facebook, email, chat, Twitter and YouTube wouldn’t be there without the Internet. But while the web is so useful and easy to use these days only a few understand how it functions. If you have ever wondered about it, it’s time to find out. There is a nice...[Click to read more]

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The Benefits and Liabilities of Virtual Teams: 6 Things Managers Need to Know

by Cincom.com
July 27, 2010

In a market fraught with uncertainty, many companies have focused on cutting expenses and increasing productivity and efficiency as a way to stem market share losses and reverse downward sales trends. This often means downsizing and reorganizing to reduce labor costs, eliminate redundancy, and better target scarce resources. In the process, offices have been closed,...[Click to read more]

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How You Can Make A Remote Team Work

by Jeff Atwood, Businessinsider.com
July 19, 2010

When I first chose my own adventure, I didn’t know what working remotely from home was going to be like. I had never done it before. As programmers go, I’m fairly social. Which still means I’m a borderline sociopath by normal standards. All the same, I was worried that I’d go stir-crazy with no division...[Click to read more]

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REMOTE STAFFING – PART 3 – MANAGING REMOTE EMPLOYEES

by Keren Peters-Atkinson, Mondaymornings.madisoncres.com
July 12, 2010

MANAGING REMOTE EMPLOYEES Over the past two weeks, we examined the question of whether it makes sense for companies to have remote employees.  For those that do… which is a great many companies today – we then looked at the kinds of technology tools that make it easier for those remote employees to be successful. ...[Click to read more]

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Flexing It: How to Overcome the Barriers to Remote Work

by CEB Finance, Cebglobal.com
July 7, 2010

This is the third in a three-post series on flexible work arrangements Employers who allow and/or require their employees to work remotely are reaping the benefits of lowered overhead costs and increased employee engagement. Studies show that despite the image of a remote worker sitting at home eating bonbons, employees who have more say over...[Click to read more]


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