Top 10 Remote Workers from Film and TV

The Best in the Biz: The Top 10 Best Remote Workers in Film and Tv

Like the bread I just stuck in my oven, the employment of remote workers is on the rise. According to The New York Times, out of 15,000 adults polled, 43% spent time working remotely throughout that year. With technology consistently getting better and faster, more people are finding that they have access to jobs that, […]

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Testimonial – How CEATI International’s Expectations Were Blown Away

The Centre for Energy Advancement through Technological Innovation (CEATI) is a user-driven organisation that brings its electrical utility participants together to collaborate. Their goal: to advance the industry through the sharing and developing of practical and applicable knowledge. Its participants are spread across 20 countries on 6 continents. In addition to facilitating information exchange through […]

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Hidden Gems – How using remote workers benefits employers

If you’ve read about the benefits of telecommuting, you’ll know that there are many of them – but most articles on that subject focus on the employee benefits. There’s no doubting that remote workers, even if they’re only working from home part time, have a better work/life balance and that leads to increased productivity. But […]

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Does Your Company Have Intellectual Diversity?

The idea that companies can forego cultural diversity in their approach to product development and team building is likely no longer a viable option for most in today's global marketplace. Moving toward a rich and complex organizational structure, most smart businesses are seeking talent with a diverse approach to creating new ideas and strategic problem-solving […]

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Are Remote Workers More Productive?

“My home is my castle.” The phrase doesn’t refer to the opulence and grandeur often found in centuries-old castles. Instead, it infers that people tend to feel the most protected, safe, and relaxed when in their homes. Some companies erroneously conflate contentment with laziness when deciding whether or not to allow their employees to work […]

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