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By Kristy Siegfried. This article originally appeared on IRINnews.org, a news agency specialised in reporting humanitarian
Technology is facilitating telecommuting and making the physical office a thing of the past.
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Highly qualified personnel is a hard to come by -- particularly in certain industries and fields of expertise. In order to recruit and retain top talent, companies need to ensure that their employees are happy. And one way to do that is being a versatile employer.
It is tempting to buy your own office space if the money is available. But is it really worth it in the long run?
There are few things in life that can suck the creative energy right out of you quite like that of a drab and boring office space. Homogenous rows of cubicles completely devoid of personality might be the worst, but generic beige walls and bland carpets are horribly oppressive in their own right.
A recent survey found that 72 percent of employees believe that live video would positively change the way they communicate
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Just like the Thai cuisine he's famous for, Chef Kris Yenbamroong lacks no flavor. Both of his restaurants are wildly vibrant, his menus are always bold, and he met his now-wife on a night out with friends that ended in a bar fight. Though his dishes stand alone without the help of other ingredients, it's his wife, Sarah St. Lifer who provides him with a sense of balance.  
The history of the 40-hour workweek was created in the thirties, yet we are still abiding by this today. Why?
The office is not the only work space that is evolving; a new level of electronic mobility -- coupled with intense electronic dependence -- is leading to changes in how homes are designed and how workspace is integrated into home life.
Whether you work entirely from home, or occasionally bring some office tasks back to your house, the functionality and appeal of your home office will influence whether you're productive and engaged ... or not.
In today's work world, being productive and being creative are the two important defining characteristics for success. Whether the entity is a company that supports on-site teams, or encourages remote working, the work environment plays a huge role in the quality of work and morale of the employees.
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The Internet is a great tool, but it is also a risky one. We have all fallen victim to the Internet's black hole effect, reemerging hours later to wonder where the day went. We pay in time and peace of mind what we get in "convenience." These are a few reasons why I keep wifi out of my home.
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I create my day every day by putting out to the universe what I want to embrace and receive in return. I have discovered that balance may be the most important thing that I want to embrace.
The other night I went to The Home Depot to challenge IKEA. In the process of setting up a home office, I wanted to see if THD can serve me better. Flat packed stuff from IKEA is too obvious. No wonder there are so many IKEA "hacks" out there.