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The workplace has greatly changed, and it’s almost hard to recognize it from what it was just a few years ago. With so many people starting their own small businesses, or choosing to work from mobile locations, it appears like there is no longer any need for the traditional workplace. People are now beginning to lean more towards virtual offices.
There are several challenges that come with providing motivation for employees who all work in the same building. When you have a base of remote employees, it becomes a unique challenge because of the lack of face-to-face interactions. The challenge is to reduce the barrier between you and your remote employees, which will help to keep them engaged and productive….read more →
If you are a business considering outsourcing some of your talent to work-at-home professionals, you are on the right track. Many businesses today (even large corporations) have moved to this model, for a number of reasons.
Many start-ups grapple with the challenge of high operational costs. Unfortunately, this is usually the time they aren’t making much profit, if any from their venture. A virtual office can be of great benefit to many start-ups as it would help the company cut down on its overhead costs dramatically.
Each day as you get accustomed to your work, you realize that you need to do more in a day. Unfortunately, this is not always the case as there are distractions that hinder your productivity every day. These are eight easy ways to overcome this.
Setting a professional tone as a good worker in the office takes mostly common sense but there are times we all need a refresher on some basic things we might not consider when all our attention is focused on our tasks to do. Let’s dive in and take a close look at seven ways to carry out proper business etiquette.