Governor Timothy M. Kaine today joined Telework!VA and Telework Exchange in encouraging individuals and organizations to pledge to telework from home or a remote location on Telework Day – Monday, August 3, 2009. >>Continue reading Governor Kaine Announces Statewide Telework Day in Virgina
Employees save expenses by working at home, but so do employers. Want to know how much you can save by hiring a telecommuter as opposed to hiring a traditional employee?
There’s a telecommuter hire savings calculator that will help you add up the savings on payroll taxes, benefits, office space, equipment, absenteeism, and possible State credits. The calculator presents possible savings based on company experience and research by… >>Continue reading Save Money by Hiring Telecommuters
For Businesses to Grow in a Fledgling Economy, Turn to Technology and Telecommuting, Says E-Geniuses
Leading L.A.-based computer repair service company E-Geniuses illustrates how businesses can utilize technology and telecommuting to not only survive the economic crisis but to grow in a down market.
(PRWEB) April 9, 2009 — In today’s economic climate, achieving sustainable growth has become increasingly more difficult for business owners. Flaccid housing and investment markets have severely limited the resources and wherewithal of companies both large and small. Nonetheless, leading… >>Continue reading For Businesses to Grow in a Fledgling Economy, Turn to Technology and Telecommuting, Says E-Geniuses
Successful telecommuting programs hinge on effective communication and collaboration tools. Check out how Broken Arrow Wear is improving customer service and employee satisfaction at the same time . . . >>Continue reading Broken Arrow Wear Boosts Customer (and Employee) Satisfaction
Techaisle Research Shows that Telecommuting Penetration Among Businesses in 2009 has Reached 46 percent and has more than Doubled in a Decade
Techaisle research also shows that Telecommuting Penetration among Small and Mid-Market Businesses has Increased by More than Five Times in the last ten years and stands at 16 percent in 2009
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) June 3, 2009 — Recent research conducted by Techaisle shows that… >>Continue reading Telecommuting Among Businesses Has More Than Doubled In A Decade
We all know teachers (at least in most public schools in most areas) are underpaid. A lot of the teachers I know look for part-time gigs in the summer and while a decade ago looking for summer work often resulted in retail sales and restaurant positions, today there are part-time telecommuting opportunities that teachers could take advantage of for making that extra bit of income in the summer months.
Here are 2 opportunities I found with a quick search this morning . . . >>Continue reading Teachers Looking For Summer Work? Consider Telecommuting!
Business communications expert, Steve Adams, sent over a list of of ways to “MacGyver” your business seed money to make it go a little further. I was such a Richard Dean Anderson fan that I couldn’t help but share this article . . . >>Continue reading Business Communications a’la MacGyver
by Susan Hutson
The work-at-home concept has consistently gained in popularity over the last few years. Many small home businesses have mushroomed, and even in the job sector, there is an increasing trend of work from home jobs of all kinds.
Key reasons behind this gradual shift towards working from home are the challenging economic times and increased levels of competition. Due to excessive competition, businesses are forced… >>Continue reading Why is the Work-at-Home concept becoming increasingly popular?
There are as many reasons for working at home as there are telecommuters. We’re a varied bunch who share one thing in common – the desire to have an alternative work style.
Whether your desire stems from wanting to be at home for your kids, an utter disgust with a long commute, an obsession with a hobby that could be turned into a business, or the simple… >>Continue reading Living Well on Less
Work-At-Home Marketers Settle FTC Charges: Falsely Claimed Consumers Could Earn Significant Income Processing Medical Bills
The marketers of a work-at-home scam who led consumers to believe they could earn $500 or more per week processing medical bills and would receive training and access to customers have agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that their deceptive claims violated federal law. The settlements bar future violations and require them to… >>Continue reading Work-At-Home Marketers Settle FTC Charges
I saw this listing on Craigslist yesterday and thought I’d post it here in case there’s someone stopping by who might be interested in working in the wedding industry… >>Continue reading Work at Home as an Advertising Sales Rep