As professionals, our jobs often dictate where we live. Yes, telework is gaining traction in many fields. So where will you go when called?
Posts Tagged: home
On April 23, we launched our new home page design (http://www.epa.gov). Among other changes, we reworked our banners at the top. It used to look like this screen shot: To change banners, you clicked the numbers. Heat maps showed that people did use the numbers to move among the banners, and other analytics confirmed peopleRead… Read more »
According to the research of the Australian Bureau of Statistics, there is a wide range of possible living agreements reflecting the various range of households. One of the top causes for Australians to move home in the past five years are purchasing a dwelling and marriage. Reports show up to 45 percent of parents inRead… Read more »
Hypocrisy — It’s a vice we all hate. The opposite virtue to hypocrisy is authenticity or integrity. All of us want to be authentic in every aspect of our life and to be known as people of integrity, which by definition means that there are no seams between our professional and personal lives. As aRead… Read more »
Andrew Krzmarzick commented on my blog post Answering Joshua Millsapps’ Question: Is remote work, too remote? by saying OPM surveys reveal that supervisors feel the biggest barrier to telework adoption is the, “Need to learn new skills for managing a remote workforce.” As I had referenced in my post my success in learning new skillsRead… Read more »
Joshua, in your recent blog you asked for response to the question, “Is remote work, too remote?” You accurately detailed many of challenges that are faced during the transition from a physical office to some form of remote work. After having spent more than a decade as a remote worker, my answer to your questionRead… Read more »
GAO will be holding the third of our live streaming AskGAOLive video chats this Monday. TOPIC: Federal Efforts to Help Struggling Homeowners Keep Their Homes LINK: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/gaolive WHEN: Monday, July 2, at 12:30pm The chat will be based on a GAO report being released on this subject later today. You can submit questions for GAORead… Read more »