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what it means for women to find 'balance', 'have it all' and live our lives
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Practical Work-From-Home Policies That Actually Work

Practical Work-From-Home Policies That Actually Work | Women Living: Career - Family - Hobbies - Growth | Scoop.it
Now that the dust has settled a bit about Marissa Meyer’s controversial “no working from home” policy at Yahoo, I thought I’d weigh in. Many companies provide work-from-home options. Employees love it.But many managers struggle with it.

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Kate Lister's curator insight, March 14, 2013 12:28 PM

A good list of "must do's" for remote work to work.

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Case for more working women By Mark Billington - New Straits Times

Case for more working women By Mark BillingtonNew Straits TimesHowever, if companies are prepared to embrace new ways of working, they could effectively double their pool of potential talent. Returning to succeed.

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10 Tips to Achieve Worklife Balance

10 Tips to Achieve Worklife Balance | Women Living: Career - Family - Hobbies - Growth | Scoop.it
Is spending every possible minute on your work the best thing for your business? Is it the best thing for your life? What about worklife balance? It seems logical that the more you put into work, the more you will get out of it, right?

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Working from home: the pros and cons - Sydney Morning Herald

Working from home: the pros and cons - Sydney Morning Herald | Women Living: Career - Family - Hobbies - Growth | Scoop.it
Sydney Morning HeraldWorking from home: the pros and consSydney Morning HeraldSpeaking after Prime Minister Julia Gillard last week committed to raising the number of public servants working remotely up from 4 per cent to 12 per cent by 2020, researcher...

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