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Tips for Productive Remote Work
 
Working and Engaging with Millennials in the Workplace
 
Creative Ways to Keep Remote Employees Engaged
 
Meeting New Expectations for Immediate Learning
 
 
 
 
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Tips for Productive Remote Work
 

At the core of the argument in favor of remote work is the promise of higher productivity. Remote work is more comfortable with fewer distractions, and sometimes, at better hours than typical office work. Of course, that's only half the story. If you're working from home you might be tempted to lie down on the couch or bed, or turn on the TV. You might have kids running around making lots of noise or have to deal with a spotty internet connection.

Remote work can be productive, but it's up to you to make it that way. Here are some tips for you to get the most productivity out of your remote working time.

 
 
 
 
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Working and Engaging with Millennials in the Workplace
 
Already millennials are the dominant generation in the workplace. Their learning and training style drastically differs from their predecessors, so it's important to understand how they think, work, and feel to better engage them. Learning opportunities and professional development are important parts of employee engagement, especially with millennials.

 

Download this guide to working with and engaging millennials in the workplace through learning and development.
 
 
 
 
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Creative Ways to Keep Remote Employees Engaged
 

You're fully on board with all the reasons why telecommuting is a great thing. But you also know engagement is the key to a loyal, productive workforce, and now that your workforce is decentralized, you're secretly worried.

How engaged are these people you rarely see? How can you ensure 
your employees are the happy, efficient, stress-free respondents in all those studies about remote workers?

Check out this list of 
creative strategies for how to engage remote employees.

 
 
 
 
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Meeting New Expectations for Immediate Learning
 

Today’s learning environment is changing rapidly, and organizations are making it a priority to change the way they are creating, managing and delivering learning. They are exploring ways to increase the amount of experiential and informal learning they are able to deliver, as well as rethinking both new and existing content to be smaller and more mobile friendly. These priorities are aimed at delivering learning in a continuous, impactful way.

 
 
 
 
 
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