Archives for July 2012

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Virtual Offices Let You Dress How You Want

MIAMI—There’s an old joke about people who work from virtual offices: You can go to work in your pajamas. That joke may hit home for many who see the results of the latest Adecco survey.

According to Adecco, 72 percent of Americans see backless and strapless blouses as “inappropriate for the workplace.” Meanwhile, 59 percent say shorts are inappropriate at the office and 76 perc...

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Fullerton Virtual Offices Cater to Healthcare Aviation Industries

FULLERTON, CA—Fullerton is home to the likes of Raytheon Systems, St. Jude Medical Center, and St. Jude Heritage Health. So if your company serves the healthcare or aviation industries, you have a strong base in Fullerton. And you can open a virtual office space there to get established in Fullerton quickly.

Located in Orange County, Fullerton is currently home ... Read more

VIDEO: Does Your Virtual Office Have a Virtual Receptionist?

LOS ANGELES—First impressions count. That is why thousands of entrepreneurs and professionals around the world trust Davinci Virtual Office Solutions to be the voice of their business.

Davinci Virtual Office Solutions’ friendly, live dedicated virtual receptionists who work in groups of small teams are all well-educated, based in the U.S., and specifically trained on your business, your services and all of your custom ne... Read more

How Virtual Offices Help Boost Employee Engagement, Part 4

NEW YORK—All week we’ve been looking the various ways virtual offices can help boost employee engagement. This exploration is in the light of a Towers Watson study that reveals only 63 percent of the U.S. workforce is fully engaged.

The Towers Watson study points to specific actions employers can take to address the elements missing for these individuals in the ... Read more

How Virtual Offices Help Boost Employee Engagement, Part 3

NEW YORK—This week we’ve been talking about the emerging employee engagement crisis. Only 63 percent of U.S. workers are fully engaged, according to the latest Towers Watson study. But my contention is that virtual offices can help in some cases to drive employee engagement higher.

The study uses a specific set of questions to measure and classify respondents as... Read more


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