07 Feb

Why Employees Who Work From Home Are More Productive Than Others and Keep the Turnover Rate Low

Why Employees Who Work From Home Are More Productive Than Others and Keep the Turnover Rate Low
NEW YORK (MainStreet) — After Lindsay Wilcox gave birth to twins … technology company saves $ 277 million per year just from allowing its employees to work from home remotely. The survey found that 60% of the time saved from telecommuting is used …
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Your Ultimate Work-From-Home Productivity Guide
No morning commute. No open floor plan that makes it challenging to focus on your work. No boss looking over your shoulder or co-worker who insists on showing you photos of his cat every morning. The sweet freedom of working from home can seem like a …
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when my coworkers “work from home,” they’re not really working
Many of my colleagues have an agreement with our boss that they can work from home on Fridays. All of them happen to be moms of young children. I am married but do not have children. I am all for a flexible work environment, but I feel that they take …
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Home Again: There’s hope beyond annoyance
Life has its little annoyances. Phone scammers and computer hackers are pretty high on my list. Actually, they’re more than an annoyance — they’re thieves — and they can wreak havoc on our computers and lives. I am especially bothered by the one …
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