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Are Your Teleworkers Disaster Resilient?
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Are Your Teleworkers Disaster Resilient?

Rick Tobin, President of TAO Emergency Management Consulting. spoke about disaster preparedness for teleworkers at the recent Secure Computing Environments 2011 Work Anywhere Symposium held at Sacramento State University. That’s not a topic you hear much about in the telecommuting world, so we asked for his help so we could share his important message here. “Telework seems like a magic potion,” Tobin wrote, “but the...

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Video Use and Higher Education
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Video Use and Higher Education

If you have skills that relate to the creation of video, or even the conversion of VHS tapes to DVD or iPhone, your work prospects look good. New York University Libraries, the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) and Intelligent Television studied video at universities. Here’s what they concluded: The educational use of video on campus is accelerating rapidly in departments across all disciplines – from arts,...

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Work-Life Balance from Economy Downturn?
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Work-Life Balance from Economy Downturn?

So you’ve been laid off, down-sized, fired? Maybe it’s a blessing in disguise and an opportunity for you to do something about your work life balance. Most people are able to find a way to put groceries on the table, but some people are driven to take jobs they don’t want and aren’t good at – which usually leads to unhappiness and failure. One solution,...

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 Career and Advancement Issues for Telecommuters
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 Career and Advancement Issues for Telecommuters

Telecommuters Caution: Don’t Let Out of Sight mean Out of Mind Over 60% of executives surveyed by Futurestep (a subsidiary of Korn Ferry International, one of the premier talent hunters in the world) felt that telecommuters missed out on advancement opportunities. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Fact is, as you rise through the ranks in many organizations, it’s not just telecommuters who...

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