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New U.S. Census Report Obscures Employee Work At Home Population
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New U.S. Census Report Obscures Employee Work At Home Population

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...

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Free Custom ROI Model Available Here

As part of Work & Family Month we’ve teamed with WorldAtWork to make a customizable version of our Workplace Savings Calculator™ available. Here’s a short video about the calculator. The calculator is here. Our full custom Workplace Savings Calculators™ are normally available only to clients, but in cooperation with WorldatWork and in honor of Work & Family Month (October), we’re making the Calculator below available to the public with...

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Earth Day By The Numbers – Statistics on Telework And How It Contributes
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Earth Day By The Numbers – Statistics on Telework And How It Contributes

Telecommuters (employees who work at home) out-number employees who use mass transit in 12 of the 30 largest U.S. metropolitan areas. The latest Census data we looked at also shows that Atlanta squeaked past San Diego and took the lead as the metro area with the most telecommuters overall – but San Diego still has a huge lead when it comes to Federal employees who...

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The Work At Home Friday’s Movement
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The Work At Home Friday’s Movement

Citrix Online* Splashtop has used some of our research for yet another interesting infographic, and we love it. This one is about the advantages of just one-day-a-week telework. Good stuff! They tell me there’s more coming, so friend them at Facebook to stay in touch. * Apologies to Splashtop. They deserve the credit for the cool info graphic. Not sure why we credited Citrix…I think they...

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Workplace Change
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Workplace Change

Mad Men is a dramatic television series that focuses on people at a New York ad agency back in the 1960s. It’s critically acclaimed for historical authenticity and for how it shows the changing social attitudes of our country in that era. The folks at Citrix Online were struck by the changes over the last 50 years in how (and where) people work and produced...

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