Ten tips for working from home: Olympics edition

Ten tips for working from home: Olympics edition

Summary: The London 2012 Olympics is going to be a huge working-from-home experiment for many organisations. Here are some tips on making it go smoothly

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    9. Don't become an Olympic hermit

    The Olympics and Paralympics run from 27 July until 9 September. That's a long time to work from home, especially if it's not something staff are accustomed to doing. Make sure there are regular opportunities to meet up or work together — even if it's only occasionally — otherwise team cohesion will suffer.

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    10. Check out this Olympic app list

    Of course, with all the disruption of the Olympics comes some fun — if you've managed to bag yourself a ticket or two, that is. If you are going to the Olympics, check out this list of iPhone apps to help you navigate, manage your data and generally have a good time.

Topics: Olympics 2012, Tech Industry

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