Archives for January 2011
Fortune’s Best Companies Offer Telecommuting OptionsFortune magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work for in 2011” offers a not-so-surprising trend; not-so-surprising if you’ve been following the rise of virtual office space.
Eighty-two percent of companies in the top 100 offer telecommuting options. Within that 82 percent, 10 companies stand out as having the highest percentage of regular telecommuters. A regular telecommu... Read more
Why You Should Ask About Virtual Offices in Your Next Job InterviewBefore a big interview, most job seekers prepare for what questions they’ll be asked—but far too many fail to consider what they’ll say when the tables are turned.
Asking smart questions during a job interview is a golden opportunity to set yourself apart from the competition, impress a hiring manager, and ultimately increase your chances of landing the job—and maybe a job with telecommuting opportunities from a Read more
Davinci Virtual Office Solutions Goes On RadioYou probably already know about Davinci Virtual Office Solutions virtual offices, virtual receptionists, virtual assistants and various other virtual technology products.
Now, Davinci is letting its secret out to the world in a brand new national advertising campaign on Sirius XM Radio this month. Davinci Virtual Office Solutions will air commercials during drive time hours on b... Read more
CresaPartners Heralds Rise of Alternative Workplace Strategies
Beyond writing for Davinci Virtual every day, I also write for GlobeSt.com. So when I saw my colleague Natalia Dolce writing about the office of tomorrow and alternative workplace strategies, it got my attention.
Dole featured Robin Weckesser, a principal of the Bay Area project management group at CresaPartners in San Jose. Let’s listen in to...
The Virtual Office Vs. Traditional Office Battle Still Rages
Is working from a virtual office more effective than working from a traditional office? That’s the subject of a Bruce Kennedy article in AOL’s Daily Finance.
Kennedy points to a couple of surveys in his article, including one from WorldatWork that cites t...