Workshifting: The Business Case – our latest white paper written for Shaw Business and WorkShiftCanada
"Thanks to technology, people are no longer tethered to a “place of work.” They can communicate, collaborate and connect from wherever they are and that changes everything."
Here's our latest white paper: "Workshifting The Business Case." It's about the ROI of mobile work in Canada. We wrote it for Shaw Business, Western Canada's leading network and communications provider and WorkshiftCanada.
Working Remotely – Jack’s Journey Out of the Office Employees regularly cite the option of working remotely as something they’d love. In fact, 80-90% of U.S. workers say they’d like to work fro
Lots of good statistics in this infographic about remote work. One I particularly liked was about the amount of extra sleep remote workers get.
"In today’s world where technology is advancing at lightning speed, the opportunity to work away from the traditional office becomes increasingly more accessible....Unfortunately, with this freedom comes the risk of decreased productivity through cyberslacking, which involves getting distracted with Internet activities when employees should be doing their jobs.
The article, and much of the authors' research, suggests that cyber-slacking can be anticipated with personality testing. Much has to do with how they score on honesty and procrastination.
Yesterday we conducted a webinar, sponsored by Citirx Online, on how to set up a remote work (telework) program. A recording is available here, and you can download slides here. There were a few questions we didn’t have time to discuss during the session, so here they are along with answers: Q. Where can I find data that supports the generational differences in terms of work...