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Archive | March, 2013

Today, we have a guest post from Gihan Perera. A consultant, speaker and author, Gihan helps thought leaders and business professionals leverage their expertise. He’s based in Perth, Australia, but considers himself a true digital nomad who carries his office in his backpack. He’s worked from homes, offices and cafés in Prague, Florence, Auckland, Vancouver and Australia.  […]

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Today, we’re introducing a new regular contributor to Workshifting. We’ll be syndicating The Work Talk Show podcast from DJ Waldow and Nick Westergaard. About The Work Talk Show The Work Talk Show is a weekly podcast featuring a talk show format along with smart guests who operate outside the lines of what work has traditionally […]

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Today we have a guest post from Jennifer Hoffman, remote content marketing specialist for BabyChangingStation.com. Jennifer has worked as a full-time telecommuter since 2009. Before then, she worked as a full-time office worker. She’s a proud wife and a mother of three boys. There is a significant transformation of the American workplace occurring right before […]

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We all have days where we struggle to stay focused. Most of us will instinctively reach for the coffee pot or a sugary snack for that much-needed energy boost, but is this doing us any favors in the long run? I’m sure you’re all as familiar as I am with the dreaded caffeine crash that […]

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To Relocate or Not to Relocate

Today we have a guest post from Brie Weiler Reynolds. Brie is the director of content and social media at FlexJobs, an award-winning site for telecommuting, flexible schedule and freelance job listings. With a background in human resources and career advising, Brie has over 8 years’ experience working with job seekers and employers, and she offers career, […]

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The TV series The Office, set to air its final show on May 16, has amused us for years with a humorous, mockumentary look at how companies operate. As a culture, we love The Office, because we have probably all experienced a Dunder Mifflin-like company either in our own career or in the stories shared […]

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