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  • Matthew Burpee

    Increased flexibility around work time and work place: Study showed that the average person starts checking work email at 7:42 a.m. and arrives at the office around 8:18 a.m. Although they leave around 5:48 p.m., they don’t stop fully working until about 7:19 p.m. This means, thanks to technology, employees are typically working in one form or another for nearly 12 hours a day.

  • Katei OK

    Fun games that camouflage themselves as office work (scroll toward bottom for the list)!

  • Emily Parks

    Top 15 Time Management Apps and Tools... Of note, find details on Rescue Time, Remember The Milk, Dropbox, Evernote, Focus Booster, Toggl, Mind42, Syncback Freeware, MyLifeOrganized, Universal Password Manager, Daily Agenda, Pocketfree, Focus at Will and Launchy.

  • Sachin

    5 Apps to Improve Work Productivity: 1.Evernote: Remember everything. 2.GoToMeeting: Host unlimited meetings, webinars or training from your iPad, iPhone or Android device. 3.Cloudon: This iOS and Android app is a free cloud experience that basically gives you the power of Microsoft Office, Excel and PowerPoint to create and edit files on your tablet or smartphone...AND KEEP READING

  • blessedmama365

    The Most Popular Freelancer Apps for Work-Life Balance [INFOGRAPHIC]

  • tappMD

    Managing your #finances when you have #ADHD. #Challenge yourself to find a reliable location for organizing your bills and receipts. Repin to accept the challenge!

  • College Frog

    Job Seekers: Beware These Social Media Traps

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