Remote Worker Awards Press Releases
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Remote Worker Awards Press Releases
Freelancers Showcase Their Success
Freelance consultants across the UK have a special award with their
name on, just waiting to be claimed! The Freelance Consultant Award is the only National
Award specially designed for contractors, freelance consultants or self
employed service providers who outsource their skills to companies across the
Read the full article: Freelancers Showcase Their Success
A Brand New Career Up For Grabs
A national search is on to find the UK’s most deserving individual who
can show how studying new skills could change their life. They might
have overcome challenges to advance their career, they might be out to
gain new career prospects and self-enlightenment or could simply have
always dreamed of studying a particular course and for some reason was
never able to.
With this in mind, The Remote Worker Awards and The Open University
invite the British workforce to enter The Open University Skills Award
to win a brand new career!
Read the full article: A brand new career up for grabs
National Call For Home Business Pioneers
Remote Employment and BT Business are on a national hunt to find the
most innovative business that demonstrates how remote working and home
working has made a beneficial impact on their business and home life
for The BT Home Business Award.
The Remote Worker Awards, in association with BT Business, aims to highlight how home working increases business mobilisation.
Read the full article: National call for Home Business Pioneers
Surrey Entrepreneur Deserves National Recognition
young entrepreneur, Dean Rhodes-Brandon, who runs his own home business
for deaf people called ‘Your Local Cinema’, has entered The Remote
Worker Awards and hopes to achieve national recognition if he wins.
runs on remote fuel. His whole business is run from a laptop with a
mobile broadband USB stick. As Dean is profoundly deaf, and rarely
ventures out to meet people face to face, he prefers to correspond
almost entirely by email, so being a remote worker suits him perfectly.
Read the full article: Surrey entrepreneur deserves national recognition.
Mass Stay Away From The Office
what could be the largest mass absence from work for a generation, an
estimated five million people will not be going to work this Friday,
15th May. None of them will be calling sickies, skiving or making
excuses. In fact, their bosses may even be joining them and taking work
home for the day, on National Work from Home Day 2009.
To coincide with National Work from Home Day, Remote Employment has
launched The Home Worker Awards to highlight how home working benefits
the British public and their working life.
Read the full article: Mass stay away from the office
Local Home Worker Calls on Avon and Wiltshire for Support
Guy, a remote worker for UKOLN, which is based at the University of
Bath, is calling on North East Somerset and Wiltshire to band together
to support her bid to win The Home Worker Award in the Remote Worker Awards. Read the full article: Local Home Worker calls on Avon and Wiltshire for support
National Work from Home Day Calls Home Workers
As this year's National Work from Home Day
(part of Work Wise Week) is about to knock on British doors, the Remote
Worker Awards is reaching out to all home workers and wannabe home
Work Wise Week promotes smarter working practices, such
as flexible, remote and mobile working, and working from home. It aims
to give half the working population, some 14 million people, the
opportunity to work smarter by 2011.
Read the full article: National Work from Home Day Calls Home Workers.
Home Worker and Remote Worker Awards' announced to celebrate 'National Work from Home Day
This year's National Work from Home Day (part of Work Wise Week) will take place on Friday 15th
May. Paula Wynne, co-founder of Remote Employment and the Remote Worker
Awards, is available to give advice and encouragement to the millions
of remote workers across the UK and companies considering remote
working for their staff.
Work Wise Week promotes smarter
working practices, such as flexible, remote and mobile working, and
working from home. It aims to give half the working population, some 14
million people, the opportunity to work smarter by 2011.
Read the full article: Home Worker and Remote Worker Awards announced to celebrate National Work From Home Day.
UK Workers To to Win A Home Business
Remote Employment has announced the launch of the Remote Worker Awards, to highlight how remote and home working benefits the environment and everyone's quality of work life. The Remote Worker Awards is not just another business award - it is a life changing awards!
Someone will win a new career, another a Penthouse Garden Office, one winner will walk away with their very own home based franchise worth £15k and lots of other entrants will start a new life with a home business.
Read the full article: UK workers to win a home business
Employers To Win Awards For Remote Working
Remote Employment has announced the launch of the Remote Worker Awards, to highlight how remote and home working benefits the environment, business productivity and employees' quality of work life.
The Remote Worker Awards comes at a time when companies across the UK
are faced with downsizing their work force. The awards aims to raise
awareness for remote and home working as an alternate solution to
redundancy and the traditional nine to five office routine.
Read the full article: Employers to win awards for remote working
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