Category: SmartWorking Companies

Lose the Commute, Win at Work with SmartWorking

10th July 2018 Off

Commuting each day can pose a variety of threats to our personal and professional lives. Commuters, especially those who travel great distances for work, are more susceptible to stress, relationship problems and productivity issues. SmartWorking, on the other hand, has proven time and again to improve our quality of life both within and outside the…

By Thomas Murray

My Journey to SmartWorking | Ross Good

9th July 2018 Off

Today’s passionate guest blogger Ross Good, shares his personal journey to SmartWorking. The world is changing. Technology is changing. In fact, the world is being changed by technology. Mindsets are changing. The workplace is changing. Life is changing. In the grand scheme of things, smart working is a relatively newish concept. But not so new…

By Guest Blogger

7 Benefits of Working from Home | Jonathan deBurca Butler

6th July 2018 Off

Today’s guest blogger is Dublin-based media solutionist, journalist and remote worker, Jonathan deBurca Butler. Jonathan has been working from home for over two years and in that time he has learnt a lot about the dos and don’ts of remote working. Below, he gets straight to the point in sharing with us some of the benefits…

By Guest Blogger

Home Working Pioneers – Fortune Favours the Bold!

16th May 2018 Off

Home Working Pioneers Home Working Pioneers are creating a competitive advantage in their markets and the gap between these bold forerunners and those businesses that are lagging behind is set to grow wider over the next couple of years. Virgin Media Digital Insights Data reports that the percentage of businesses enabling employees to work from…

By Sue Marshall

Top 10 Tips for Managing Performance of Remote Workers

19th April 2018 Off

When implementing a flexible and remote working strategy the question is often raised about how the performance of remote workers can be effectively managed. Trust impacts productivity whether workers work in the office or remotely and the cream of the crop adopt a management by objectives approach as opposed to over observation so that trust is maintained…

By Sue Marshall