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How the Cost of an Office Needlessly Hurts Your Business
Office Tech

How the Cost of an Office Needlessly Hurts Your Business

Technology has already made the cost of a centralized workplace needless in many instances. Eventually, office overhead will be a competitive disadvantage.
Richard Lieberman
The Pros and Cons of Hiring a Distributed Workforce When Talent Is Scarce
Remote workforce

The Pros and Cons of Hiring a Distributed Workforce When Talent Is Scarce

There is a world full of skilled people seeking jobs but hiring someone who will never come to the office is well outside the comfort zone of many employers.
Jeremy Johnson
Lessons Learned From 3 Companies That Have Long Embraced Remote Work
Telecommuting

Lessons Learned From 3 Companies That Have Long Embraced Remote Work

Hiring and managing a workforce without regard for geography poses unique challenges but the advantages are compelling.
Sara Sutton Fell
Who Needs an Office? How to Go 100 Percent Remote.
Remote Workers

Who Needs an Office? How to Go 100 Percent Remote.

Having a team work remotely can save lots of money and allow you to unleash creativity, huge amounts of work and an incredible amount of power.
Neil Patel
What You Need to Launch a Startup During the Zombie Apocalypse, or Any Time
Startup Basics

What You Need to Launch a Startup During the Zombie Apocalypse, or Any Time

Let's face it, the last thing entrepreneurs need is another challenge, and the living dead ranks up high on the list.
Andrei Soroker
Loss of Snow Days May Create the Next Generation of Remote Workers
Remote Workers

Loss of Snow Days May Create the Next Generation of Remote Workers

Students studying at home with tech tools during storms learn important skills. Companies can also encourage working outside the office to avoid lost productivity in inclement weather.
Shannon Belew
How to Create a Formalized Flexible Work Program for Your Company
flextime

How to Create a Formalized Flexible Work Program for Your Company

Employers that don't embrace flexibility in hours and working from home will lose good workers to companies that do.
Sara Sutton Fell
Productivity

How to Create Much-Needed Structure for Your Remote Workforce

Because virtual companies already operate without a central physical location, it is even more critical to have structures and disciplines in place to have a smooth, integrated and effective workforce.
David and Carrie McKeegan
13 Cool Web Tools to Help You Stay Connected With Your Team
Tools

13 Cool Web Tools to Help You Stay Connected With Your Team

Businesses are no longer restrained by location or physical space. Use these application to collaborate and expand.
Jeff Boss
Why Are Companies Still Avoiding Telecommuting?
Telecommuting

Why Are Companies Still Avoiding Telecommuting?

A growing body of evidence reveals big benefits to a formalized policy to accommodate, or even encourage, employees working from home.
Sara Sutton Fell
Survey Finds Mobile Devices Lure Us Into Working Longer, But No One Objects Much
Remote Workers

Survey Finds Mobile Devices Lure Us Into Working Longer, But No One Objects Much

The work/life balance seems to be resolved. Work won.
Don Mennig
5 Essential Keys to Leading a Remote Workforce
Managing Remote Teams

5 Essential Keys to Leading a Remote Workforce

Modern technology has freed employees from the constraints of a central office. Here's how managers can ensure they're productive but not micromanaged.
Marty Fukuda
5 Reasons to Refrain From Hiring Virtual Employees
Business Circle

5 Reasons to Refrain From Hiring Virtual Employees

Despite the growing popularity of telecommuting, having an all-remote work environment might absolutely kill a business.
Miles Jennings
Your Workers Want Work Flexibility But Companies Benefit Most
flextime

Your Workers Want Work Flexibility But Companies Benefit Most

Working from home often solves the dilemma of balancing career and personal life while improving productivity and retention. That's what companies want, right?
Sara Sutton Fell