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DO REMOTE WORK ARRANGEMENTS ACTUALLY WORK?

by Mike Kappel, SteamFeed.com
October 13, 2013

Should you let employees work remotely? Yahoo President and CEO Marissa Mayer made headlines when she ordered her employees with work-from-home arrangements to return to the office. She saw the need to gather her forces, but said in a recent article that she wasn’t making a larger statement about society — it was simply the right...[Click to read more]

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Infographics: Effectively Portraying Critical Data

by Glen Schrank, Info.eccentex.com
October 10, 2013

Here at Eccentex, we just released our recent survey findings that point to an insatiable appetite for the latest mobile, cloud and PaaS technologies, but the adoption of these business critical tools is slow despite high demand amongst modern knowledge workers. Since our results were compelling, we illustrated these in an infographic. It got me...[Click to read more]

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Are Online Jobs Worth It? (Infographic)

by Carlo Borja, Insights.wired.com
October 10, 2013

The typical office work follows the 9 to 5 setup of employment. Employees follow a fixed time of work every single day. Add to that are the extra daily hustles employees have to face. For instance, the commute before work. That alone takes too much time and could even jump start the work day in...[Click to read more]

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Are Work from Home Jobs Worth It?

by ANISHA SEKAR, Nerdwallet.com
October 9, 2013

The idea of working from home seems tempting: you can wear PJ’s all day, you can take care of your kids, and you’ll probably have more flexibility. But there are downsides as well. If you’re considering a work from home job, here’s some firsthand knowledge from people who have done it. The pros of working...[Click to read more]

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Pitching Remote Work: Making Your Case For Telecommuting

by Julia Camenisch, oDesk.com
October 9, 2013

Digital marketing pro Ryan Gibson had just been offered the perfect job with Asia Rooms, a travel company. But there was a catch, and it was a big one: he’d have to either relocate from his home in Leeds, England to the island nation of Singapore or commute 90 miles (round-trip) to Manchester. “Location-wise, it was obviously a...[Click to read more]

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How To Keep Remote Workers From Screwing Up

by Alison Griswold, BusinessInsider.com
October 7, 2013

With more companies allowing their employees to work remotely and some forgoing a central office entirely, managers are increasingly tasked with overseeing workers scattered across cities, states, and time zones. In just a few years, the challenge of managing a team of remote workers might be the norm for many companies. The number of work-from-home employees...[Click to read more]


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