Archives for February 2012
Wine Rack Store Taps Into Virtual Office Trend to Save GasSEATTLE—I love to hear stories of real businesses finding success with virtual offices. Whine Rack Store has a good one to tell.
The story begins as it does with many companies that turn to telecommuting and virtual offices—high gas prices. The surge in gas prices hit many commuters hard and caused some to re-prioritize their days. Employees of the wine rack ret... Read more
Looking for a Virtual Office Job? Try VirtualVocationsCHICAGO—Always wanted to work from home? All the articles in your local newspaper about workshifting, flextime, virtual office space and the like getting your attention? To be sure, telecommuting from a virtual office is a trend that’s gaining momentum with employees and employers alike. Virtual offices save companies money and offer employees convenience.
Enter... Read more
El Dorado Hills Virtual Offices Make Cali Expansion Easy
EL DORADO HILLS, CA—El Dorado Hills is just 25 miles south of Downtown Sacramento and 90 minutes from Lake Tahoe. That makes it a strategic place from which to do business, especially from a virtual office.
El Dorado Hills offers a high quality of life and plenty of business opportunity. The El Dorado County Office of Economic Development provides assistance ser...
Virtual Offices Support Ambitious Working Moms
BOSTON—Most working moms are empowered as role models for their children. Most working moms have professional ambitions. And most working moms feel like they are receiving support from their spouses and families. So says a new survey from Care.com.
Still, working moms aren’t completely satisfied. Specifically, working mothers aren’t content with feeling what they call “mommy tracked” in the office. Fifty-eight percent of...
Hate Office Politics? Try a Virtual Office SpaceMENLO PARK, CA—It’s an election year, and that means there’s plenty of talk about politics in the office. On the other hand, there’s also plenty of office politics in most workplaces.
According to a new survey from Robert Half, more than 56 percent of workers say getting involved in office politics is at least somewhat necessary to get ahead. But 42 percent don’t feel office politics are necessary to get ahead. I wonder ... Read more