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Our team had been considering an offer for acquisition and we have finally decided on our user-friendly listing service being acquired and integrated, but we’re still offering consulting, our blog and informational resources at our site. The acquisition of the listing service will allow even more people to be served […]

What’s New & More Suggestions on Remote Work

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Guest post by Tim Stone, VP of EMEA Marketing at Polycom Does IBM’s recent “clampdown” on remote working spell the beginning of the end for flexible, anywhere working? Far from it, says new research from Polycom. In our global survey of 24,000+ workers, we found that not only is flexible […]

A Bright Future for Flexible Working

Relocating. How many of us actually enjoy moving when required, as by HR to relocate? There’s even a moving site on the web that contemplates why people hate moving. We point this out just to illustrate the costs of relocation to employees as well as employers. “It might sound strange, […]

Cost of Living & Commuting- Why Your Employees Aren’t…

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Join us for our next #workanywhere tweetchat as we explore how to find out about workplace culture before joining a team or organization. From researching, what to ask at an interview, to insights on a remote work company or organization – participate in our chat on April 5th at 3pm […]

How to Ask about Workplace Culture

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As more people are able to work from home, remotely or anywhere, fields from HR – in offering better work-life balance and the employee experience – to real estate are innovating.   One prominent example is WeWork in offering collaborative workspace and coworking spaces around the world. The enterprise has […]

Work Flexibility is Creating Innovation in Real Estate

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I wrote this piece for Fast Company but wanted to share this with our visitors as well. Thank you to the phenomenal team at Co.Exist for their input and engaging discussion on this topic. -Ivan When Richard Branson tweets “In this increasingly connected world, you really can work from anywhere” […]

It’s Time to Let Go and Let Your Employees Work ...