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The Gig Economy: Five hacks for successful remote working

by Johnson Wong, Trainingjournal.com
August 28, 2018

Today, the workforce has become a dynamic ecosystem where organisations are constantly subjected to disruptions by new technologies and business models. The dramatic rise of the gig workforce has taken centre stage as a mainstream employment approach for many companies. Last year, it was reported about 167, 000 workers belonging to freelancers as their main job in...[Click to read more]

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3 Tips to Manage Employees Working Outside HQs

by Vanita D'souza, Entrepreneur.com
August 28, 2018

In today’s world, workplaces are not limited to geographies. Chances are that you have multiple offices in various states and countries. But the question is how you track the employee productivity in such cases. How do you know that deadlines are met or targets are achieved and work is done? Entrepreneur India, in a conversation...[Click to read more]

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12 remote tech jobs that offer parents work-life balance

by Alison DeNisco Rayome, Techrepublic.com
August 28, 2018

Parents rank work-life balance ahead of salary when considering whether or not to take a new job, according to a Tuesday report from FlexJobs. The top considerations for parents choosing a job are work-life balance (84%), salary (75%), flexible work options (75%), and work schedule (72%), the survey of 1,100 parents with children under 18 living at home...[Click to read more]

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55% of Remote Workers Now Telecommute Full Time, Survey Says

by Michael Guta, Smallbiztrends.com
August 28, 2018

Digital technology has upended the way we work and where we can work. And a new survey from AND COand Remote Year has some insightful data regarding the state of remote workers in 2018. According to the survey, 55% of the respondents said they worked remotely 100% of the time. There was another 28% who said they worked remotely...[Click to read more]

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7 lessons I never forgot from the best bosses I ever had

by Natalia Lusinski, Businessinsider.com
August 28, 2018

A good boss shows you the ropes of your industry and guides you to achieving your long-term goals. Though you may have had both good and bad bosses, you’ve likely walked away with valuable lessons from a memorable boss that have stuck with you. Author Natalia Lusinski had bosses that taught her meaningful lessons, like that it’s OK to...[Click to read more]

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8 Productivity Tips for Entrepreneurs With Kids Waiting for Them to Get Home

by John Rampton, Entrepreneur.com
August 28, 2018

My entrepreneurial journey wasn’t always the smoothest. It took a couple of years of being an entrepreneur before I finally had a system, structure and schedule in place and was doing well professionally. Then, my first child was born. Becoming a parent showed me how much time I wasted being unproductive. It was nice to come home after work and veg on the...[Click to read more]

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Why Leaders Have A Duty Of Care To Set Digital Boundaries

by Amy Blankson, Forbes.com
August 28, 2018

Five years ago, the idea of setting digital boundaries at work was unthinkable. The fear of being judged by managers or co-workers for not being “fully committed to success” was palpable, especially for women who risked perception as being too “family-oriented.” While some leaders might employ strategies for cutting back on connectivity, they would never...[Click to read more]

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