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11/7/2012

Virtual Offices Could Reduce the Number of Sick Days

LONDON—Are you so stressed out it’s making you sick? That’s the story for seven out of 10 workers under 24 who call in sick. It’s not the flu—it is just stress—according to a survey by financial services provider Friends Life.

Telecommuting from a virtual office at least part time and help you alleviate stress. Virtual office technologies may keep you more connected than ever be... Read more
3/27/2012

Workplace Stress Hinders Productivity, But Virtual Offices Can Help

CHICAGO—More than half of employees say workplace stress makes it difficult to focus on tasks. So says a survey by ComPsych Corporation. Could a virtual office space help? I strongly believe so, but let’s first dive in to the rest of the study.

Beyond the 56 percent who report difficulty focusing on tasks, another 21 percent say stress causes them to commit erro... Read more
2/17/2012

Virtual Offices Help Employers Battle Chronic Workers Stress

NEW YORK—Are you stressed out? Join the club. According to Towers Watson’s latest Staying@Work survey, chronic stress is so chronic and so stressful that it’s actually driving an increase in disability claims. Virtual offices can help.

“The evidence overwhelmingly shows that effective health and productivity programs can make a real difference to an organization...

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2/7/2012

Virtual Offices Could Ease Rising Workplace Stress

NEW YORK—Are you more stressed this year than you were last year? If so, you aren’t alone. According to a Croner study, 48 percent of adult workers are more or much more stressed today than they were 12 months ago.

What’s causing the stress? And, perhaps more important, what can help? Part of the solution could be virtual offices. But let’s get to the root of th... Read more
11/15/2010

Are Your Female Workers Stressed? Introduce Virtual Office Space.

We’ve come a long way, baby. But many of us are also stressed out—and it’s more than a little bit bad for our health.

Women who report having high job strain and active job strain have 40 percent and 56 percent increased risk of cardiovascular disease respectively, including heart attacks and the need for invasive heart procedures compared to women with low job strain.

What in the world is job strain? Let’s be clear. A form of p...

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