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Report marks shift towards remote working globally

Report marks shift towards remote working globally

Employees are gradually moving to more remote working and perceptions of homeworkers are shifting, but the office is still the primary place of work, according to a study by Dell and Intel.…

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Women optimistic about their future in technology

Women optimistic about their future in technology

Women in technology are finding more opportunities online than on-site, demonstrating the rise of skilled female professionals and their impact on economic and social change, according to a global survey by online work platform Elance.com.…

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Bosses 'more relaxed about office time'

Bosses 'more relaxed about office time'

The majority of global bosses are happy for staff to turn up late for work because new technology means many are actually working before they reach the office - although British bosses are the least relaxed, according to new research by online back-up service Mozy.…

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A quarter of people expect email response in an hour - survey

A quarter of people expect email response in an hour - survey

Technology is accelerating email response times, creating unrealistic expectations, email overload, error and costly workplace stress, according to a new survey.…

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'Future of work is mobile'<br />

'Future of work is mobile'

The future of work is mobile, flexible and collaborative and engaging IT and HR is critical to realising this vision, according to a new Australian report.…

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