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Are Americans Shaming Their Co-Workers Who Work From Home?

remote work shaming

Remote work, telecommuting and telework are all terms that everyone has become familiar with over the last decade. With the proliferation of IT consumerization and Bring Your Own Tech (BYOT), it has become easier than ever for everyone to stay connected and in tune with work during all hours of the day (and night). In fact, PGi’s 2016 Global Telework …

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Boomers for Hire: Why Older Workers Can Make Great Job Candidates

encore career

With job growth accelerating, many small businesses are hunting for talented, experienced and affordable hires. And, increasingly, many are finding this skill set among retired Baby Boomers, who want to head back to work—either full-time or part-time—in a second or “encore” career. In fact, Encore.org, a nonprofit that provides resources to make it easier for people to pursue jobs with meaning and continued income …

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The Future of IR is Social

If you think that Millennials thrive on social media, you’re right. If you think that the Baby Boomers haven’t tuned in as well, you’re in for a surprise. Social media has cross-generational appeal and forms the demographic heart of the investor community. Platform of the People More people are using social media than ever, and the bulk of those users …

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Welcome to #Shift

Meet Sean O’Brien, EVP of Strategic Communications at PGi, and learn what #Shift is all about. [tube]FQMdqs5Z1BQ[/tube]

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