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
Another Reason Virtual Office Use is Poised to Grow in 2012NEW YORK—In 2012, the market for online contingent work is set to double as more businesses across the globe hire and manage workers online for the first time. So says the Elance 2011 Online Employment Review.
Elance is offering up its take on trends that will shape the world of work in 2012. I’m sharing a couple below, along with my thoughts on how this impacts vir... Read more
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
Staying Connected In Far Away Virtual Offices
The Wall Street Journal’s Sara Max penned a thoughtful article on how virtual workers can collaborate and stay connected. She featured CUNA Mutual Group as an example. As the story goes, no one actually meets in person—even at their annual meeting.Read more
The Truth About Virtual Assistants, Part 2
Still looking for the truth about virtual assistants? In yesterday's post, we looked at one of the biggest myths I've discovered. That is, "My business can't afford to hire virtual assistants."
Now that we busted that myth, let's look at the second most common myth I've seen associated with virtual assistants…It sounds something like this: "My business isn...