Archives for February 2011
Alternative Workplace Strategy + Virtual Office = Smart BusinessI ran across an interesting white paper on alternative workplace strategies. CoreNet Global’s Gagandeep Singh and Nadia Orawski penned it.
The premise is that over the last 20 years, business leaders have understood alternative workplace strategies as a combination of practices that blend the use of office space design, office use, technology and HR policies to get creative about how and where work is done.
CoreNet Global then o... Read more
The Rise of Virtual Office Space in Atlanta
Great article in the Atlanta Journal Constitution today. The headline says it all: “Telecommuting now metro area’s main alternative to driving solo.”
In Ariel Hart’s article, she points to state Department of Transportation data that show 7 percent of all metro Atlanta commuters teleworked for the majority of their commutes in 201...
One of the Best Places to Work? A Virtual Office on Virginia BeachWouldn’t you like to be recognized as one of the best places to work in America? Try offering alternative workplace strategies like the virtual office space, flextime and telecommuting.
Amerigroup Corporation did. Amerigroup Corporation has been named one of Virginia's Best Places to Work for 2011 through a survey conducted by the Best Companies Group.
"At Amerigroup, w... Read more
Why Business is Booming at Davinci Virtual Office SolutionsDavinci Virtual Office Solutions continues to cement its position as the leading provider of global virtual office solutions. In January 2011, the virtual office provider saw a 25 percent uptick in web traffic, lead generation and new customer acquisitions.
Yes, a 25 percent increase in virtual office customers—and this is just the beginning.
"We expect 2011 to be a bann... Read more
Sustainability Focus Drives Virtual Office UseSustainability. It’s a popular topic that underpins virtual office space and telecommuting. Now, Greener World Media is taking up the cause.
Greener World Media points to a study from George Washington University virtual think tank TechCast that found less than 4 percent of the U.S. private sector workers actually work from home. The group predicted that number could climb as high as 30 percent by 2019.
“What's behind this comin... Read more