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Tips For Making the Most of a Virtual Office Video Interview

MENLO PARK, CA—OK, so you want a virtual office job. You’ve been applying all over the country and you have three video interviews scheduled. Congratulations! Now, how do you make a good impression on your virtual office video interview?

In yesterday’s post, we established that 63 percent of human resources managers in an OfficeTeam survey said their company oft...

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Virtual Office Job Candidates Can Conduct Video Interviews

MENLO PARK, CA—If you are interviewing for a virtual office job, wouldn’t it make sense to do a video interview? Virtual office and traditional office job candidates alike are discovering that video interviews are in vogue.

In fact, 63 percent of human resource managers interviews in an OfficeTeam survey said their company often conducts employment interviews vi...

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Virtual Office Schedules Among Most Prize Summer Perks

MENLO PARK, CA—Temperatures are heating up—and that means many workers are looking forward to more fun in the sun. And that, in turn, means that flexible work schedules are more appreciated than ever.

According to an OfficeTeam survey, flexible schedules (41 percent) and leaving work early on Fridays (28 percent) are the most coveted summer benefits. Of course, working from a Read more

Virtual Offices Can Help You Juggle Work and Personal Demands

MENLO PARK, CA—What's stressing out everyone at the office? What else? Work. According to a new Accountemps survey, 41 percent of CFOs are trying to balance work and personal responsibilities—and they cite that as the greatest source of workplace stress for accounting and finance pros. Office politics came in a close second with a 28 percent vote.

"Work/life balance may seem like an issue for individuals, but it also sho... Read more

Hate Office Politics? Try a Virtual Office Space

MENLO PARK, CA—It’s an election year, and that means there’s plenty of talk about politics in the office. On the other hand, there’s also plenty of office politics in most workplaces.

According to a new survey from Robert Half, more than 56 percent of workers say getting involved in office politics is at least somewhat necessary to get ahead. But 42 percent don’t feel office politics are necessary to get ahead. I wonder ... Read more


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