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
Improve Your Office Day Should Include Virtual Office SpaceIn case you missed it, Wednesday was Improve Your Office Day. In honor of this special day, Staples.com conducted a survey asking office workers what would improve their office.
Although the answers spanned from eliminating office politics (44 percent) to upgrading computers (37 percent) to nicer office furniture (35 percent), two results stood out loud and clear and were among the most named: allowing or encouraging Read more
Virtual Offices in Louisville Help Commuters Avoid Sherman Minton Bridge Problems
LOUISVILLE-It’s not always a natural disaster that makes it nearly impossible to get to work. Sometimes it’s other public safety issues. That’s the case in Louisville, Kentucky where the Sherman Minton Bridge is closed indefinitely due to structural cracks.
“The closing leaves motorists in Kentucky and Indiana looking for alternate routes across the river. Late Friday, transportation officials were encouraging motorists ...
United Way Turns to Virtual Office to Cut Costs
In yet another example of organizations executing alternative workplace strategies, Porcupine United Way in Timmins, Ontario has shuttered its physical office space and moved in, so to speak, to a virtual office. The non-profit says the move will save it thousands of dollars.
Angelo Lia, Porcupine United Way Board President, says the board and staff ma...
What if One Billion Mobile Workers Used Virtual Office Space?
You’ve heard of the explosive growth of alternative workplaces and virtual office space. But the potential is so much greater than what we see today.
According to market research firm IDC, the world's mobile worker population will pass the one billion mark this year and grow to nearly 1.2 billion people—that’s more than a third of the world's workforce—b...