The US Census Bureau today released a report on the U.S work-at-home population. But the information provided is misleading. With public interest stirred by Yahoo!’s and Best Buy’s recent decision to recall teleworkers, it’s important to understand the facts about the trends in telework. According to the Census report, the work-at-home population grew just 19.4% between 2005 and 2010. In fact, the number of employees who work at home...
Men need work life balance too! That’s the point of this Men’s Health News story titled: The Secret to Working from Home. Lot’s of quotes from your’s truly about how to approach your boss about allowing you to telework at least some of the time.
Our friends over at LiquidSpace just keep making it easier for teleworkers, mobile workers, and small business owners to quickly find an ad hoc place to work. Their latest move, a partnership with Marriott, promises even more choices when you need a conference room, meeting space, or even just some uninterrupted thinking time. Workspace on Demand – Marriott Partners with LiquidSpace – YouTube.
The evolution of work: One company’s story – McKinsey Quarterly – Organization – Strategic Organization
See on Scoop.it – The Evolving Workplace Symantec’s chief human-resources officer, Rebecca Ranninger, describes the security software company’s transition to a virtual workplace while reflecting on the promise – and perils – of new ways of working. FutureWorkforce‘s insight: This is one of the best articles I’ve read on telework and other alternative workplace strategies. See on www.mckinseyquarterly.com