Can Your Commute
Work from home, remote employment, telecommuting: These are all modern workforce buzz words. Why? Because working where you also happen to live is an upward trend across all occupations and not just for the self-employed. In fact, according to GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com, working from home has grown by 140 percent since 2005 and continues to rise. Today, 4.3 million people work from home at least half of the time — and no wonder. Working from home definitely has its perks. But it's not always fun and games when you don't have a boss looking over your shoulder. The following are some common mistakes remote-work newbies often make and some advice on how to avoid making them yourself.