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2/15/2012

Could You Be a Virtual Office Worker?

LOS ANGELES—Could you be a virtual office worker? Can your employer trust you to work from a distance, even if yo you are both in Los Angeles, New York, Miami or whatever city you call home? Maybe you could, but there’s still a little bit of work to be done to overcome some misconceptions that unsupervised employees are unproductive employees.

According to a rec... Read more
1/31/2012

How to Convince Your Boss to Let You Work From a Virtual Office

NEW YORK-Telecommuting is all the rage, but that doesn’t mean that your boss is necessarily buying into it. Lisa Quast, a contributor to Forbes magazine, is offering some tips for convincing your boss to let you telecommute.

I found this intriguing. With virtual offices on the rise, it stands to reason that more employees are going to have friends who a... Read more
1/13/2012

Virtual Offices Plus Time Management Equals Success

NEW YORK—Are you working 60- to 70-hour shifts? If so, you aren’t alone. In many workplaces, staff has been reduced. In others, it’s a matter of working longer hours to generate new business.

Working from a virtual office can save you many hours of time in telecommuting and office distractions alone every day. But while virtual offices can definitely save time a... Read more
10/24/2011

Should You Let Employees Work From Virtual Offices?

Should you let employees work from home? That’s the subject of an article in USA Today. It’s a question that more and more companies are asking as the virtual office trend continues gaining momentum.

A reader named Amy asked USA Today columnist Steve Strauss, a lawyer, author and speaker who specializes in small business and entrepreneurship, the following ques...

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1/29/2010

Study: Telecommuting Employees Happier, More Productive

Looking for a few good reasons to let employees telecommute? I discovered some research from Pennsylvania State University called, "The Good, the Bad and the Unknown About Telecommuting: Meta-Analysis of Psychological Mediators and Individual Consequences."

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