Archives for January 2013
Realtors: Should You Hire a Virtual Assistant?
LOS ANGELES—Keller Williams is one of the fastest-growing real estate companies in the United States. So when I saw a blog post on the KW Blog entitled, “Should you hire a virtual assistant?” I was intrigued about the possibilities of virtual assistants for real estate agents.
Keller Williams asked Mike Incorvaia, Jr. abo...
Virtual Office Organization Takes On Mobile Worker FocusLOS ANGELES—In a move that demonstrates how mobile work is impacting the virtual office world, the Telework Exchange has changed its name to the Mobile Work Exchange. The public-private partnership focuses on demonstrating the value of mobility and telework, of which virtual offices often play a key part.
"Today's workforce is becoming more agile than ever, and ... Read more
Could You Use a Virtual Assistant?
LOS ANGELES—Could you use a virtual assistant? That’s the question in a headline from the Wall Street Journal way back in 2010. You see, although virtual assistants have become quite the buzz in the past year, virtual assistants are nothing new to the entrepreneurial—or corporate—scenes.
“Between work, chores, an...
Can Virtual Office Work Encourage Community Involvement?LOS ANGELES-Corporate Social Responsible is a major workplace trend in 2013, according to Sodexo. Could virtual offices help encourage the practice? Do virtual office workers have more freedom to get involved in their communities? A recent study from FlexJobs suggests the answer is yes.
According to the “Parents & Work” survey, workplace flexibility could le... Read more
How Does Virtual Office Work Impact Employers?
LOS ANGELES—There’s been a lot of talk lately about the benefits of virtual offices and flexible work for working parents. But how does virtual office work impact employers? The FlexJobs “Parents & Work” survey looked at the employer side of the flexible work coin, too.
According to the FlexJobs survey, parents who want workplace flexibility are overwhelming...