Archives for March 2012

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Survey: Office Workers, Bosses Want Virtual Offices

TORONTO—While many employees are seeking flexible work arrangements—such as telecommuting from a virtual office space—not all of their bosses believe they work as efficiently when they are working outside the office. So says a Microsoft Canada survey.

Microsoft Canada announced the results of its Flexible Workspaces survey, a study that reveals the workstyle pre...

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Virtual Offices Solve Multiple Problems in Evolving Workforce

LOS ANGELES— Nearly half (47 percent) of Americans are re-evaluating their occupations. So says a study from Bellevue University. One in four Americans say they are re-thinking their occupation because few jobs exist in their declining industry.

The survey also revealed that, with money tight, Americans who have been out of the workforce for several years have decided to go back to work to supplement the family income. W... Read more

How to Engage Virtual Office Employees

NEW YORK--Do you have virtual office employees? Are you a virtual office employee? Either way, listen up. There are some interesting insights from a new study about engaging virtual office employees that you don’t want to miss.

The Forum: Business Results Through People just released a study called “Engaging Virtual Employees—Innovative Approaches to Fostering C... Read more

Time Magazine Talks About Rise of Remote Worker

NEW YORK-Time magazine is talking about the rise of the remote worker. Guest columnist Dan Schwabel's article, in fact is entitled, “The Rise of the Remote Worker, or How to Work from Home Without Getting Fired.” You gotta love that!

Schwabel points to a Cisco st... Read more

Avoiding Virtual Office Space Pitfalls, Part 2

LOS ANGELES—Yesterday I shared with you five of the top 10 telecommuting pitfalls in an article I read on the Mother Nature Network. As one who works from a virtual office, I debunked most of them. In other words, yes, there are pitfalls to working remotely—but you don’t have to fall into them if you can see them clearly.

In part two of this series, I’m going to... Read more


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