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Energy Company CEO Anticipates Energy Future

 

 

The smart utility of the future will see itself as the customer’s ally in the pursuit of energy efficiency, says Ralph Izzo, Public Service Electric & Gas (New Jersey) chairman, president and CEO.  According to Izzo:

Flexible work gives employees greater control over work/life balance

 

Sociologists from the University of Minnesota recently has the opportunity to study the impact of a new program that permitted more than 700 workers to control the time and place where they completed their work. The biggest impact was on the employees’ ability to achieve work/life balance.

Wide Open Workspace: Trailblazing Solutions for Tomorrow's Workforce

iOffice is providing a free download of the first chapter of its new book,Wide Open Workspace: Trailblazing Solutions for Tomorrow's Workforce. Download at http://www.iofficecorp.com/blog/shaping-workspaces-that-will-enable-the-....

Teleworking Saves Money for Federal Government

Mobile Work Exchange and the Office of Management & Budget (US) sponsored Telework Week In March 2014. More than 163,000 employees agreed to telework at least two days the week of March 3-7. Total savings? $13 million in commuting costs, 716,000 hours spent traveling 14 million dollars.

87% of British Workers Still Work in Office

The Office of National Statistics estimates that 87% of workers still work primarily at the office, despite advances in technology.  But a survey of business owners by Virgin Media Business predicts that 60% of office-based employees will work from home by 2022.

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