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Top 100 Companies to Watch for Remote Jobs in 2019

Ms. Career Girl

FlexJobs has released its annual list of the Top 100 Companies to Watch for Remote Jobs in 2019. To be considered, the jobs offered by these companies had to be remote-friendly, either allowing for candidates to telecommute entirely or part of the time.

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Would You Rather Have Mornings Or Nights Off?

Career Realism

companies have said that they offer remote working to increase employee retention--indicating that employees are increasing demands to work from home. Everyone's productivity levels peak at different times during the day. The traditional work day is changing.

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Enhance Your Family Life with Your Corporate Career

Ms. Career Girl

Tip #1: Scout out and use the resources your company offers. Another time I unearthed a policy that provided employees with free access to excellent nursing care facilities for children with colds who weren’t allowed at daycare.

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Signs You Have the Summer Blues and Tips to Fix It

Ms. Career Girl

They may be signs that it’s time to talk to a professional who can help, and you may also want to discuss what you’re going through with your boss so he or she can provide support. Carry cold water and a portable fan, shop for lighter clothing and spend time in places with AC.

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5 Benefits Of Having A Pet-Friendly Office

Career Realism

These days, more and more workers are paying attention to the benefits offered at their potential workplace. Employees are looking at things like flex time, paid paternity leave , and unlimited paid time off when considering where to work.

my employer is asking invasive questions as part of a “wellness benefit”

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: My company recently announced that they would be offering wellness benefits. This seemed bizarrely invasive and a huge overstep of workplace boundaries. Am I overreacting to questions that are normal for the type of small company that offers fancy wellness benefits? And if they’re not offering those last two, this kind of program is particularly insulting. You may also like: workplace wellness programs aren’t so effective — surprise!

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updates: company vacation with tattoos, the heavy duty chair, and more

Ask A Manager

That made it really easy to just hang out with my significant other and only spend time with the people that I already knew well. I only got one verbal comment on them the whole time and it was neutral. flex time, FMLA, WFH) to get her bearings. I am hoping she takes me up on the offer, we can get everything settled, and she can recover from her previous toxic workplace. I did take time during the conference to jokingly refer to it, keeping it light.

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my boss wants us to go on an all-day rafting trip, coworker’s parents are threatening to call HR about our friendship, and more

Ask A Manager

I’ve been here for seven years and this was the first time I ever got included. Can you offer your opinion on what you would do? I’ll plan to spend that day working on X and Y unless you prefer I spend that time differently.” And really, a parent calling an adult’s workplace to report sexual harassment based on a mutual friendship is … weird, and it’s very likely that your friend will be able to quickly shut it down with HR if they approach her about it.

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