Land a Virtual Office Job With Social Media, Mobile TechnologiesTORONTO—Are you hoping to land a virtual office job in the New Year? Looking for more flexibility and better work-life balance?
According to a survey from TheLadders, there are several things a virtual office job seeker can do now to maximize their opportunities to land a virtual office job in the New Year. The Ladders surveyed more than 5 million members about ... Read more
How Virtual Office Job Seekers Can Compete in a 21st Century MarketplaceNEW YORK—Whether you are looking for a New York virtual office job or a traditional job in California, December can be a challenging month to do it. There are employers’ hectic holiday schedules and endless end-of-year preparations to consider. It can be tough to land a virtual office job interview.
That said, there... Read more
Get My Mom a Job Offers Virtual Offices Jobs for the MassesPHOENIX—Looking for virtual office jobs? Want to telecommute? Why not try Get My Mom a Job? (Hint: it's not just for Moms.)
Get My Mom a Job is looking to carve out a niche for virtual office workers, whether they want to work at large companies like Apple or smaller businesses. Get My Mom a Job lists hundreds of virtual office job openings, from customer service to financial to technical to medical to education to sales and beyond.
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Do Virtual Office Workers Deal With Fewer Office Bullies?CHICAGO—Bullies are every where, but you are less likely to encounter them in a virtual office. A CareerBuilder survey offers new insights into office bullies and how to deal with them.
According to the survey, the most common way workers are being bullied is getting blamed for mistakes they didn't make, followed by not being acknowledged and the use of double s... Read more
Tired of Bullies? Try a Virtual Office Instead.CHICAGO—Have you ever encountered an office bully? Apparently, the number of workers dealing with office bullies is on the rise. When you work from a virtual office, you can avoid face-to-face encounters with bullies.
According to a CareerBuilder survey, 35 percent of workers said they have felt bullied at work. That’s up from 27 percent last year. And that’s a ... Read more