From collaboration to prepping the tech help desk at the home office, constant communication is the key to successfully managing a mobile workforce.Read More
Loosecubes, which helps users share their underutilized office spaces is tapping into Facebook to expand its network; specializing in interesting venues.Read More
Based on the experience of some federal employees, telecommuting seems long overdue.Read More
Our not-for-profit will be moving to smaller quarters at the end of the year. We will be “hotel-ing” employees in the new space, and encouraging much of the staff to work from home at least part of each week. How do we help people adjust? Which policies effectively keep productivity and dedication high in organizations with a dispersed workforce?
Our software company is evaluating the idea of letting some employees work from home. However, we are concerned about cutting down on distractions and making sure they remain productive. We would like to provide some basic work-at-home guidelines to them. What should we include?
Commentary: Just what is the 'normal workday'? For many of us, it’s a concept that no longer has any meaning. The time is not far off when people will work when they want to, and they will be judged and rewarded by what they achieve.Read More
As business travel continues its long slump, the Marriott is one of three company properties to initially offer a high-tech videoconferencing service. Go There Virtual Meetings, which costs $500 an hour, is designed for sidelined road warriors.Read More
During her visit with 400 employees, Obama touched on an issue that has been central to her professional life—simultaneously managing the demands of home and the workplace.Read More
Competing against the private sector for veterinarians and other science professionals, the agency transforms HR to get desperately needed talent.Read More
‘A simple DSL connection, mike, speakers and a Web camera are all that is required,’ according to one recruiter.Read More