8 Surprising Connecticut Companies That Allow a Flexible Workforce

By Tom McDonald | Nov 29, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Not all businesses lend themselves to maintaining a flexible workforce. Some businesses prefer to keep workers in the office, since it promotes better collaboration and communications, and it eliminates the risks of opening the company’s computer network to remote access.

However, to remain competitive and attract top talent, companies are finding that they have to accommodate remote workers, telecommuters, and off-site freelancers. When we took a closer look at leading Connecticut companies, we were surprised to see some of the names that allow and even encourage a flexible workforce.

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What the 2016 Election Could Mean for the CT Economy

By Tom McDonald | Nov 8, 2016 8:00:00 AM


The 2016 election has been the most lively and contentious in memory. The presidential candidates have broken, even shattered established campaign rules and have made this election a high-stakes horse race, with the future of the country as the prize. However, all the election action isn’t just about what will happen in Washington. Here in Connecticut there is a lot of concern about the future of the CT economy, and voters have the power to make some big changes in Hartford as well.

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How Network Support Saves Time and Money

By Tom McDonald | Jan 27, 2015 10:03:00 AM

Furniture arrives to people in typically one of two ways: already assembled and ready or disassembled in a box.

The first way makes life easy for the recipient, allowing them to enjoy their item as soon as possible. The second option gives the recipient a sizeable challenge. With so many pieces to organize and assemble just right, there’s more room for error and damage (and lost tempers), especially if one lacks pre-existing knowledge and experience.

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