Tag Archives: flexibility

Do You Work From Home? It’s The Future!

Quick raise of hands. Do you, or anyone you know, work from home? It can be the occasional time in order to keep up with life’s demands, or it can be every day out of the working year. 1,2,3,40,500… Okay, so our point is a lot of people work from home. And more people than […]

Awesome Offices

Offices are a space for employees to work together, productively. Office design is crucial to how employees work with one another. The design of an office is important; it’s atmosphere can ignite productivity, or slow innovation. It defines the culture of a company.  Examples: Remote offices encourage flexibility. An open concept office encourages collaboration. Separate […]

Flexible Employees Rock!

Companies want talented employees who fit well into the corporate culture. Employees want companies with flexible schedules. Flexibility is the secret key to happy companies and happy employees. Flexibility for the win! Are you flexible? This infographic illustrates 5 reasons why you just might be an employee rock star!

5 Traits That Companies With GOOD Cultures Have

There is a reason some companies attract all the talent. It’s because they know what job seekers want: a cultural fit between work and life styles. So what traits do these companies have that puts them in the ‘hot seat’ to attract the right job seekers? 1. Autonomy – Employees are their own person, and […]

Find Your Balance

The internet loves doling out advice. Browse it long enough and you’ll find any type of advice for every group or demographic. We found this list of advice from Ragan.com for young professionals helpful in many ways. While every one of those 20 pieces of advice are helpful when it comes to creating and building […]

Office vs. Home: The Battle of the Productive Workplaces

A company that suddenly purges its work-from-home option doesn’t seem to have a grasp on improving its employment brand or company culture. In an effort to modify the company’s productivity at Yahoo, CEO Marissa Mayer has demanded all telecommuters to be present at the office, no matter the situation. This antiquated approach has imaginably disgruntled […]

The No-Hour Workweek

Staying connected is critical to staying productive in today’s work demands. Connectedness through email, phones, and social media is more frequently required by supervisors and managers. Gone are the days of strict 9 to 5 workdays, free weekends, and a safe distance from your workload when you’re home. The culture of work has shifted. Jon […]

Flexibility Means Productivity

Life’s vicissitudes are inevitable. The changes and uncertainties that do occur can affect the relationship between an employee and their employer. That’s why we believe that employers with varying degrees of flexibility help employees stay motivated and productive. PayScale, a company that calculates pay data for a range of careers, compiled a list of the […]