Remote Work

By:
Don Wickelgren
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March 19, 2022
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Remote Work
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There are many and varied reasons as to why and how remote work is successful.

Being Virtual While Being in the Office

By:
Don Wickelgren
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March 11, 2022
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Remote Work
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Given that staffing is difficult, the pandemic is risky and the work that reception does is all within a computer system...

WFH is More Common Than You Think

By:
Don Wickelgren
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January 27, 2022
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Remote Work
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I was a bit surprised by this statistic. There aren’t any good measures by the government at this point

Remote Work Keeps Changing

By:
Don Wickelgren
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January 6, 2022
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Remote Work
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In the 1990s, when I was working on the commercial Internet at IBM, I opened the door in a room and saw it filled with South Asian programmers. At that time I realized that the work I was doing was going to be done remotely. I decided to develop more of a domain skill rather than just a technical skill.

Virtual Work Requires New Skills

By:
Don Wickelgren
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June 3, 2021
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Remote Work
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We’ve been working virtually on fire for a decade. We’ve had a lot of stumbles, lack of awareness of client’s view leading to high turnover, client staff actively undermining virtual staff, and many more lessons both big and small.

WFH Post-COVID

By:
Liezel Porras
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April 15, 2021
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Remote Work
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Nicholas Bloom, an Economics professor and a WFH expert, foresaw WFH before it became significant.

Remote Work: All or Nothing?

By:
Don Wickelgren
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February 25, 2021
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Remote Work
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When the pandemic began in 2020, business planning forced a clear-eyed view of what was going to happen to our business. We needed to prepare for the variations in the COVID virus and we started with the plan to provide our services through 2022 for work from home.

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