Remote Work vs Telecommuting: Is there a difference?
Now that most people worldwide have had a taste of what regular work is like outside of a traditional office, and as terms such as remote work, telecommuting, and work from home start becoming more common, it is important to clarify the differences between the terms in order to understand them and use them in a correct manner.Read more
How to Make Your Business More Attractive to Gen Y Employees
Generation Y has been called many things: entitled, lazy, and perhaps unconventional. However, many businesses are realizing that not only does Gen Y work hard, oftentimes they become the best employees you could imagine.Read more
Flexible Jobs—Like Virtual Offices—Drive Job Choices for ParentsATLANTA—If you have kids, flexible work is important to you. After all, when little Johnny gets sick or Susie has a recital in the middle of the afternoon, they need mom or dad there.
With that in mind, it’s no surprise that a recent Moms Corp. survey reveals that more than four in five—a full 81 percent—of working parents feel that flexible work options, which include telecommuting from a Read more
Is A Virtual Office Even Possible at Your Workplace?ATLANTA—Does your boss give you any flexibility in your job at all? Can you leave a little early when Johnny has a soccer game or come in a little late after you worked a late night? Does your boss let you telecommute from a virtual office one or two days a month?
Workplace flexibility can manifest in many different ways. Of course, the Read more
Survey: Nearly Half of Working Adults Would Appreciate a Virtual OfficeATLANTA—Flexible work options are a growing priority for working adults when choosing career. So much so that they are willing to sacrifice nearly double the salary percentage from a year-ago Mom Corps survey. A virtual office can drive new heights of flexibility for working moms and others seeking work-life balance.
According to the survey, nearly one in two wo... Read more