Virtual Offices Make National Work From Home Day A Reality
Wouldn’t you like to work from home? More than 50,000 Canadians would.
Workers in Canada have pledged their support for a “National Work From Home Day.”
These Canadians actually pitched their idea to the House of Commons.
According to a recent poll for Workopolis, 39 percent of Canadians said the most important benefit associated with working from home would be a reduction in traffic congestion and pollution
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Virtual Offices Make Toronto Workers Happy
Can telecommuting really keep Toronto workers happy? If you believe a Workopolis poll, the answer is a resounding “yes.” A virtual office can help ensure a more productive telecommuting experience. Virtual offices and virtual office technologies empower workers to do more with less, whether in a home office, an airport lounge, or a hotel room.
Professionals Mix Virtual Offices and Web Gadgets
The Globe and Mail is running an interesting story today on virtual offices and web gadgets. The story chronicles several professionals who are no longer tied to traditional offices. Steve Hampton is one of those professionals.
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Toronto Virtual Offices Boost Business
In a business world that’s gone global, Canada’s multicultural workforce is a boon for international firms. Add to that a catalogue of world-class higher education achievements, affordable, skilled labor, low turnover and universal healthcare policies and it is easy to appreciate why Canada attracted nearly $30 billion in foreign direct investment in 2005. And Toronto is at the heart of the action.
Canada’s labor advantages begin with it...