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Top 5 Slideshare Presentations for Telework Week 2014 | Telecommuting and Flexible Work

It’s the second day of Telework Week 2014, and we couldn’t be more excited about all the goodness coming from businesses and employees everywhere. If you’re a telecommuter wanting to be more productive, a manager of a remote team or just dipping your toe into the telework waters, here are 5 Slideshare presentations that will help you learn more about telecommuting.

1. The Yin + Yang of Telecommuting

“Your definitive guide to the benefits and pitfalls that come with the new era of work.” Did you know that an estimated 40% of U.S. employees have jobs that could be done 100% at home? This great eBook-turned-Slideshare helps you see the good, the bad and the workable.

2. Telework as a Sustainability Solution

The Telework Research Network is the expert on the value of telecommuting for businesses, and this Slideshare is a great example.  The stats alone will help you make the case for telecommuting to your leadership team.

3. Enable Flexible Working

A really creative guide to the infrastructure and technologies workers need to not just work from home, but work from anywhere.

4. Anywhere Working

Microsoft UK’s head of environmental stability shares some powerful statistics about the growing cost of business, the new “anywhere working” movement and how to stay connected outside the office.

5. State of Telecommuting 2014

A survey of PGi customers reveals how and why people are telecommuting in U.S. businesses. The survey results include the technologies that make telework possible, the emotional value for employees and operational benefits for businesses. A great read for Telework Week!

Are you telecommuting for Telework Week 2014 – or just because that’s how you work every day? Share your flexible work and telework stories with us on Twitter by tweeting @PGi.

About Blakely Thomas-Aguilar

Blakely is a work-life juggler with three little monsters, Sci-Fi/Fantasy Book-a-holic, Atlanta transplant and PR/social/content strategist (and presentations nerd) for PGi.

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