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Leadership and career
December 11, 2017

Managing Security with a Mobile Workforce

Using EMM to Support Remote Teams and Ensure Safety Companies are becoming more open to the remote worker, seeing the benefits in increased employee productivity, efficiency, morale and engagement. However, along with these benefits to employer and employee come a new set of managerial challenges and security protocols, particularly in…
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Leadership and career
September 11, 2017

Managing Security with a Mobile Workforce

Companies are becoming more open to the remote worker, seeing the benefits in increased employee productivity, efficiency, morale and engagement. However, along with these benefits to employer and employee come a new set of managerial challenges and security protocols, particularly in the use of mobile technology. Diane Conde, Senior Manager…
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Leadership and career
March 29, 2017

How to Manage a Virtual Workforce (or How to Herd Cats)

Business leaders and employers interested in building a virtual workforce are in good company. According to the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, virtual team management is a skill among the top workplace trends for 2016. And Global Workplace Analytics, a research company devoted to helping organizations understand emerging workplace strategies, finds…
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Leadership and career
October 19, 2016

4 Ways Technology Redefines Work-Life Boundaries

The days of being anchored to a cubicle for a standard eight-hour workday are becoming a thing of the past, as remote work begins to overshadow traditional workplace practices. To many people, this means more time with family, flexible hours and being able to work from the comfort of your…
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Compliance
June 15, 2016

How Telecommuting Has Influenced Employment Laws

Telecommuting numbers are on the rise. More people are starting to work from home, and these individuals are starting to become more diverse, as well (regarding age and income). To learn more about how telecommuting is changing the way people view employment, checkout this infographic created by Champlain College’s Online…
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Leadership and career
March 23, 2016

Working Remotely Isn’t Right for Everyone

In recent years, working remotely has become more common in workplaces across the country. Technological advancements, such as web conferencing, softphone technology and cloud computing have made working from home — or the local coffee shop – that much easier. Research from the American Community Survey has shown that the…
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Leadership and career
January 13, 2016

5 Unexpected Ways Businesses Can Use Smartphones to Drive Profit

By: Kirill Storch No matter the product, service, industry, mission or corporate philosophy, nearly every business is bottom-line-driven. And there is no shortage of ingenuity as to how companies try to glean more profit out of existing processes. Every so often, a new technology emerges that radically changes the productivity…
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Leadership and career
September 18, 2015

5 Ways to Keep Your Employees Happy

You see it all the time: midnight emails, dinnertime or weekend conference calls, projects finishing up in the wee hours of the morning. No one seems to work 9 to 5 anymore — not you, not your employees. To explore this “work anytime, anywhere” phenomenon, a new study conducted by the business-to-business…
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Uncategorized
September 4, 2015

Age of the Telecommuter: Managing Remote and Virtual Teams in the Digital World

In a traditional professional work environment, workers drive to an office where they sit in a cubicle from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. while they finish their daily tasks, then proceed to go home to their family and have the rest of the day for personal pursuits. This way of…
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Uncategorized
March 6, 2015

5 Perks Job Seekers Should Think About (Beyond Money)

By: Dana Manciagli For many professionals, start-up hubs like San Francisco and Seattle are job-hunting nirvana. The “big guys” like Facebook and Google keep growing, and the stream of start-ups elbowing each other to snag talented employees seems endless. In an environment like this one, you can’t blame an in-demand…
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