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Related to the management of remote workers

Flexible working shouldn’t mean “Always On”

  A survey of 2,000 workers carried out by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development found two out of five regularly dealt with texts or emails outside working hours. Almost one in five said it...

8 Essentials for Flexible Working

Making a success of flexible working doesn’t just mean giving people a laptop and shooing them out of the office. Organisations need to plan, and put in place the tools, culture, and support to...

NotDesking and Not Quitting

Recent research from Aegon has found that almost two thirds of employees plan to carry on working if they cannot afford to retire at their target retirement age. Over a quarter expect their employer...

Running A Successful Remote Team

  If you’re thinking about building a remote team , what can you learn from the biggest teams that have already made it? Here’s a quick guide from the world of international technology companies...

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Making Remote Teams Work

Over the past 10 years the number of people working flexibly in remote teams  has increased by 80%. In some organisations this has happened organically, as more staff ask to work flexibly. In others...

In or Out?

 I’m not going to employ a builder to come five days a week, I will employ him to build a house and he’s going to tell me when he’s finished. So let’s talk about...

UK firms embrace remote working

  Research by Virgin Media Business, conducted by YouGov, shows that British workers are embracing remote working, with  74% of those surveyed believing that traditional working patterns have been redefined due to changes in globalisation and...