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Working from home: More evidence it, um, works

Working from home

The age-old dance of managerial assumption and fact. Continue Reading

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Remote work is the tide of history, son

Remote work

Wonder when companies will get/give a shit on this, though. Continue Reading

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Ability to work independently: Crucial

Work Independently

This is where employee engagement really goes to die. Continue Reading

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Working remotely: Why it’s really so popular

Working Remotely

The world’s a-changing, for various reasons (including, yes, wanker bosses). Continue Reading

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Flexible work arrangements are the future

Flexible Work Arrangements

“You mean they won’t be sitting 10 feet from me? How will I know if they’re knocking out their deliverables?” Continue Reading

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A 40-hour work week in 1950 = 11 hours of work in 2015

Take a look at this chart; I got it from here: Here’s the basic way to read that: a 40-hour/week worker in 1950 (far left of the chart) is essentially equivalent to an 11-hour/week worker in 2015. Phrased in a… Continue Reading

If someone wants to work remotely, let them

There’s been a ton of misconceptions about millennials in the past 2-3 years, spurned on by the ol’ “Let’s generalize about generations” concept that we’ve been doing for years. (I think I’m Gen-X, and my parents are “Silents/Matures,” and I… Continue Reading

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Why do we confuse “productivity” with “face-time” or “seat-time” at office jobs?

Productivity vs. Seat Time At Work

“Productivity” can be achieved anywhere by a person that cares about their work, so why do we pay so much attention to whether they’re in-office? Because everything comes back to control. Continue Reading