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How to Overcome Remote Work Challenges

  From the outside, working from home may seem ideal. But remote working comes with challenges that require a high level of adaptability. Understanding the true nature of the challenges your employees face when working from home can help you take steps to reduce their impact and remain an amazing workplace. Below are five challenges…

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The Remote Work Revolution

Leslie Grossman, Founder, Circle Leadership Welcome to the Remote Work Revolution. Forces out of our control – the pandemic – moved us powerfully into this new world of work. Unless you are in a service business, like food, dining, leisure activity, retail, children’s education, etc. that require being live and in living color to do…

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Trust Must Prevail in Remote Work (INFOGRAPHIC)

Brian Wallace, Founder & President, NowSourcing Prior to the pandemic, working from home was a privilege affording to a small segment of the US labor force.  Now, over 42% of workers have a remote full time job.  At the height of the pandemic, 69% of all employees were remote.  Now that so many people have experienced…

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DE&I and Communicating with Remote Workers are Among Top Comms Priorities

  A comprehensive list in Ragan’s 2021 Communications Benchmark Report reveals an extensive to-do list that includes many items that emerged from the shocks of 2020. Tony Silber, Editorial Director, Ragan Communications 2020 was a watershed year. For communicators, 2021 in many ways has been a year of absorbing the changes from last year, while at…

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Remote Work Brief Survey

Wendy Glavin, Founder & CEO, Wendy Glavin Agency I’m doing research for an article on remote work versus working in-house. While many people have been working remotely for years, others prefer to work in-house. The global pandemic has already changed how businesses operate and many people prefer telecommuting. In June, Timothy Golden, a Professor of Management…

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Retaining Talent: How to Determine if Your Company is Ready for Remote Workers

Gina Curtis, SHRM-CP, aPHR, Executive Recruiting Manager, JMJ Phillip Group It’s easy to say that we are currently in an era where work life balance plays a large influence on employee tenure in a company. Employees today look for positions that allow for flexibility and the ability to balance daily life demands. Companies that offer employees the…

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How to Work Remotely Using Only Your Smartphone

Commentary from… Ken Rogers, SEO Specialist The fact that you can work remotely using your smartphone will be good news for many in the workforce today. You can be rest assured that your phone can come in handy and do the necessary job whenever you cannot use your laptop or computer. Many smartphone apps provide…

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How to Find Work in the Remote Economy (INFOGRAPHIC)

Brian Wallace, Founder & President, NowSourcing Remote work during the COVID-19 has hugely grown in popularity and usage due to the millions able to work out of home. But even before the start of quarantine or the COVID-19 pandemic, remote work was growing in recognition. 29% of workers, before the pandemic, had the option to work…

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Working Remotely? 6 Tips For Stronger Working Relationships

Marie Raperto, The Hiring Hub Working remotely has it’s pluses/minuses and making it work can be difficult.  One of the biggest problems seems to be forging a relationship with your boss and your team. Staying connected takes some work but you will find that it will not only help you form bonds but it might…

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How to Speak the Language of a Global Workforce

Orsi Korman, Account Director, Content, Red Havas  One of the greatest challenges facing global communicators and content creators today is finding a common language — literally. For every communication we prepare, we have to think about not only how to stand out in the crowded content marketplace and make a meaningful connection with our audiences,…

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How to Create a Supportive Workplace for Women

Amazing Workplace discusses… Improving women’s experience in the workplace and creating safe, supportive environments for female employees is an important element of Diversity and Inclusion When executed purposefully, it leads to positive outcomes for all.  As well as contributing towards promoting gender equality, closing the pay gap, and helping women progress in their careers, supporting women…

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Hybrid Work – Striking The Right Balance Between Comfort And Flexibility

Brian Wallace, Founder & President, NowSourcing Remote work has been largely removed from the American workforce picture, but in its place has come hybrid working. According to CNBC, 25% of people are now employed through  hybrid working, with 14% mostly in-person, and 9% mostly working remotely. While some employers have seen remote working as a simple…

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Communication Strategies in the Workplace

Workplace communication is the exchanging of information and ideas within an organization. Effective workplace communication is when this information is sent and received accurately – something that is central to all business goals.  97 percent of workers believe that communication impacts the success of tasks every day. It’s vital to create a positive communication strategy…

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How to Promote Core Values in the Workplace

  Figuring out the core values of your business or organization is not only necessary, it’s also vital.  Your core values articulate, determine, and monitor the quality of your company culture since they act as your moral compass in business. Your core values should be always top of mind and your team should all be…

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Digital Fatigue in the Modern Work World (INFOGRAPHIC)

Brian Wallace, Founder & President, NowSourcing Following the onset of COVID, the world saw a shift to remote work that was far larger than ever before. It was such a large and important shift that 78% of current remote employees want to continue remote work for the rest of their lives.  The convenience of remote work…

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How to Fix Routine Disruption Caused by Working from Home

Ken Rogers, SEO Specialist Each of us has faced routine tasks while working from home. Even the most interesting work can one day get bored and stop bringing joy. There may be several reasons for this, but the most popular is routine when tasks are similar to each other. They accumulate and turn into a…

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This is How Communicators are Reaching Deskless Workers, Ragan Survey Says

  We asked communicators in the 2022 Communications Benchmark Report about the most effective way to reach their deskless workforce. Here’s what they said. Justin Joffe, Ragan Communications Nearly half of communicators surveyed in Ragan’s 2022 Communications Benchmark Report said that communicating with remote or non-desk workers was the top change they expect in their…

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