So You Want to Work from Home Without Leaving Your Current Job: Business Essentials for Working Remotely

Front Cover
iUniverse, Nov 24, 2010 - Business & Economics - 128 pages

The idea of working remotely from home is being embraced by more and more professionals who want to be closer to family, eliminate a long commute, and create a more flexible schedule. So You Want to Work from Home Without Leaving Your Current Job shares step-by-step guidance that will help anyone create a work life that others will envy.

Fran Szabo relies on more than thirty years of experience in business management at Fortune 100 companies in order to provide an essential resource for anyone looking to work from home without leaving their current employment. While providing techniques that make working from home successful for both the employer and the employee, Szabo assists employees in determining if working from home is the right decision, shares methods to help gain a managers support, offers ways to make the home office productive, and provides suggestions that assist remote workers in improving productivity and lowering stress.

For anyone interested in achieving better life balance and improving their contributions to their company, this guidebook presents a vital road map that will help employees and business owners attain long-term success, happiness, and professional goalsall while working from home.

 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Introduction
1
1 Convincing Your Manager
9
2 Successfully Working from Home
29
3 Improving Productivity
39
4 Maintaining Balance
63
5 Putting It All Together
93
References
99
About the Author
103
Index
105
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2010)

Fran Szabo earned her master’s degree in human resources and organizational development from the University of San Francisco and her doctorate in business management from Revans University. Building on a thirty-year career of roles in operations, management, staff support and academics, she currently owns AdvantEdge, a small business management consulting firm.

Bibliographic information