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Telecommuting for Work in US - From 9% to 37% in 20 years Gallup finds

Thirty-seven percent of U.S. workers say they have telecommuted, up slightly from 30% last decade but four times greater than the 9% found in 1995. 318 more words

In The News

Reality Check: Does Trudeau’s plan for flexible work change anything?

WATCH ABOVE: Justin Trudeau says the Liberal government will amend the labour code to allow workers greater flexibility.

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau wants to make it easier for you – if you work in a federally regulated industry – to pick up your kids on a Friday afternoon. 552 more words


6 things millennials expect from their employers today

The demographics in today’s workforce are changing rapidly, and with them, businesses’ strategies for human capital management must adapt as well.

It’s no secret that the working population in North America today looks far different than it did a decade or two ago. 464 more words

Human Capital Management

Top 5 Things Women Say About Pay in their Company Reviews

Recently we searched through our member database to see what women have to say about money matters.  We were overwhelmed by their collective wisdom and have decided to condense our member insights into a list of their top 5 most common remarks about salaries and pay. 619 more words

Working Women

Transcribe audio to earn up to $20 an hour!

Grab a coffee, pull up a chair, grab your headphones and start typing. Transcribing audio to text is as easy as that and one of the best work from home jobs. 452 more words

Stay At Home Mom

A 40-hour work week in 1950 = 11 hours of work in 2015

Take a look at this chart; I got it from here:

Here’s the basic way to read that: a 40-hour/week worker in 1950 (far left of the chart) is essentially equivalent to an 11-hour/week worker in 2015. 1,201 more words

Fundamental Explainers

Wednesday Wow: Mama's, Let's Make Some Bread At Home

If you recall, last week, I began telling you about opportunities to really make money while being a stay at home and work from home mom. 361 more words

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