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    Posted February 26, 2013 by
    dpkronmiller
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    Telecommuting: Your productivity tips

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    YAHOO! IT'S A BRANDING PROBLEM NOT A FACE TIME PROBLEM

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     dpkronmiller told us he stays collaborative and innovative by 'keeping a schedule. I am blessed to be able to make my own schedule - not everyone has that luxury I do understand that - so if you do have that freedom though - make sure you keep a schedule. Also it helps to have a separate place in the home for work and a separate place for living and entertainment. Oh and put the dogs in the yard when you're on the phone.'
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    Thoughts from a telecommuter:

     

    I work in the tech industry and I work from home and I find myself far more productive. My thoughts as to why Yahoo! should focus on their branding problem rather than their face time problem are above.

     

    One thing to consider - some tech employees may not deal well with the social stressors of working in an office and may do much better at home outside of that environment.

     

    Now have a face to face meeting once a month, or web conferences or a company event - that's a good idea - but not weekly or daily - not in 2013.

     

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