Archives for April 2012

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Are You Making Major Mistakes With Your Virtual Office Workers?

MENLO PARK—A lack of communication between staff and management is the most frequent misstep companies make in managing their teams. And that goes for virtual office workers as well as in-house personnel.

So says a survey from Accountemps. The good news is, it's an easy mistake to fix. Just communicate. It’s even easier with <a href="

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Every Career Challenge Is Tough. Can Virtual Offices Make it Easier?

LOS ANGELES-Are you facing a challenge in your career that seems insurmountable? Are you unsure how to handle it? Do you wish that overcoming your challenge was easier? Even if you work in a virtual office—away from the office politics and distractions—you are still bound to face career challenges.

“Many people I speak to are struggling in their career and my he... Read more

Virtual Offices Help Career-Minded Women Balance Family Life

NEW YORK--Young women now surpass young men in the importance they put on having a high-paying career, according to a new report from the Pew Research Center. On the other hand, marriage and parenthood also rank high on the list of priorities.

“For both men and women, being a good parent and having a successful marriage remain much more important than career success,” Pew writes in its report. Telecommuting at least part...

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Could Virtual Offices Stem the Tide of Job Changers?

TROY—Disengaged. That’s the key word to describe many employees across the United States. Less than half of workers feel valued by their employers and more than 25 percent say they frequently think about quitting. So says a survey from Kelly Services.

What’s more 62 percent of those surveyed indicated that they intend to look for a new job with another employer within the next year. Could Read more

Want A Dream Job? Try Working From a Virtual Office

DALLAS—Want the perfect job? Everybody does. But most Texas have a very detailed vision of what a perfect job looks like for them.

In fact, 79 percent of Texas in an Everest College survey imagine their dream job entails doing something they love. But the reality is, people don’t always find their dream job. That leads many Texas dreaming about changing careers, though they rarely do it. The world of virtual offices and ... Read more


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