Posts Tagged ‘Working from Home’

The Pros and Cons of Working from Home, According to Robert Half

Job seekers are enticed by work from home options but are aware of the pitfalls, suggests new research from global staffing firm Robert Half.

More than three quarters of professionals surveyed (77 percent) said they are more likely to accept a job offer if there’s the possibility of telecommuting…

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No More 9-to-5

More than two-thirds of global employees work remotely every week, and over 50% do so for at least half of the week, heralding a major reassessment of corporate real estate, according to a new global study from workspace specialist IWG.

The emergence of this mobile workforce has been driven…

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What Do Workers Want?

A new survey polled workers on what they wished for – career-wise – in 2015. Not surprisingly, many of them wanted a raise (who doesn’t?). But others were seeking tools that would make their work more effective, while others sought more flexibility to balance work and family life.

The survey…

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The Gender Gap in Telework

Men are outpacing women when it comes to working away from the office, according to some new research from Flex+Strategy Group/Work+Life Fit, Inc.

Telework – which is defined as doing work from home, a business center or another location – can be a nice option for those seeking a…

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