Work from home? Too many distractions!

Jen HaleyFor Employees, For Employers3 Comments

When people hear that I work from home as a software developer, 9 out of 10 times the next comment is: “I could never do that; don’t you get distracted?” 

Truthfully, the question has always bothered me. It highlights a flawed expectation that there are no distractions in an office when we know there are plenty (just try to get … Read More

LucidMeetings Interview

Jennah MitchellStoriesLeave a Comment

As a remote worker, I am always on the lookout for products that make connecting with people in different locations than where I am as easy as possible. Lucid Meetings is one of those awesome products that I think is a great asset for anyone that telecommutes or needs to reach out to people outside their office, for example, and … Read More

Teleworking: What does age and gender have to do with anything?

Jen HaleyTelecommuting InformationLeave a Comment

When I think about who best would fit the teleworker role, I, like many, might guess it’s those who are the most experienced and need little direction, or moms with never-ending obligations at work and home. But, we would be wrong; neither one’s tenure nor family structure dominate the remote work world. This begs the question: What drives the teleworker … Read More

Pat Davis Interview

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WhyTelecom Pat Davis Interview - HP and CA Technologies remote work

If you have ever thought that telecommuting or remote working is just for the young crowd, or for singles in their 30s or 40s, it’s time to completely change your way of thinking. I recently spent an hour talking with Pat Davis, a woman who has spent years telecommuting for not one but TWO huge companies: EDS/HP and CA Technologies. … Read More