Category Archives: Telecommuting

Remote Working: Which is more valuable to you? Money or Time?

I saw an article this morning (August 10, 2021) stating in the headline that remote workers at Google might be working at reduced salary. I say……so what? The benefits of telecommuting…..errrr, remote working FAR OUTSTRIP any little bit of less money you might be making versus going into the OFFICE everyday. I did a quick overview of telecommuting / remote

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Remote Working After COVID 19: Guidelines

Now that the pandemic has forced everyone to understand the value of telecommuting, videoconferencing, and remote work…..when the pandemic is over….there should no longer be any hesitation about continuing remote working! Benefits for a Company You can hire anyone, in any part of the country, or the world. You can downsize office space, or eliminate it completely. Happy, rested, employees.

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Coronavirus and Telecommuting

I’ve resisted posting about this but, it needs to be said: This is 2020, and if you are not yet telecommuting for all the benefits of productivity, work-life balance, time, money saved. You NEED to start NOW! For your safety as well as the safety of others. And when the coronavirus threat has passed….keep telecommuting for the other benefits. Telecommuting

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Remote Working at Starbucks by Raley’s in Tracy, CA

I have been using the Starbucks by Raley’s for meetings since selling AltamontCowork.  Since I am familiar with that location, I chose it to be the first of many in this new series researching remote work locations in Tracy, CA. Note:  My original blog researching WiFi “hotspots” was way back in 2007.  WiFi was new back then and you had

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Reviewing Remote Work Locations (in Tracy, CA)

In August 2007 (several lifetimes ago in the technology world), I went around to three locations in Tracy, CA to see how the new fangled WiFi hot spots worked, and, if they also worked with videoconferencing.  The experiment went rather well.  Fast forward 7.5 years to 2015 and videoconferencing is ubiquitous, there are remote workers EVERYWHERE, and WiFi is commonplace in public

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