How to Incorporate Humor Into the Virtual Office Work WorldMENLO PARK, CA—Is it good to LOL at work? Let’s take it a step further … how about a good hearty ROTFL? In other words, how important is it to incorporate humor into the corporate culture?
According to a new survey from Accountemps, it seems pretty important. And I might add maybe even more so in a down economy and even more so when you work from virtual offices... Read more
Survey Offers Lessons Multigenerational Virtual Office Users
There are many considerations in a multigenerational workforce—especially in workforces that are becoming more mobile and more distributed. With a alternative workplace strategies gaining momentum, this is a topic that demands attention.
Think about it: Is your boss younger than you? Are you communicating well with each other? How does the distributed workforce impact the multigenerati...
Cutting-Edge Virtual Office Trends Include Mobile WorkersAre you up on the latest virtual office trends? Our very own Martin Senn, CEO of Davinci Virtual Office Solutions, offered his insights in Executive Suite Success magazine last month. I thought I’d share a few of this brilliant idea with you.
Seen starts off by pointing out that many entrepreneurs and employees today go through their 9 to 5 in a much different way than ... Read more
Workshifting Fuels Virtual Office Space TrendLOS ANGELES, CA-There’s been a lot written about workshifting since iPass issued its latest report a couple of weeks ago—and the momentum hasn’t died down yet. I thought I’d offer the virtual office spin on workshifting.
“Workshifting has now become the expectation of nearly all enterprise employees,” Evan Kaplan, CEO of iPass, says in its blog. “In our latest i... Read more
Top 10 Considerations for Alternative Workplace Strategies
CHICAGO-Alternative workplace strategies and virtual offices are gaining momentum in the down economy. But it’s not just the down economy driving AWS forward—it’s the changing face of the workforce. The world is global, mobile, virtual, and moves at lightning speed.
“The basic premise of AWS is using less real estate to support more performance,” writes Tom Mulh...