Remote work, telecommuting, telework, working from home—they all mean essentially the same thing: working outside of an office, wherever it makes the most sense. Remote work has taken the working world by storm, but it’s only one type of work flexibility. It’s many benefits include an expanded talent pool, higher productivity, cost savings, and reduced environmental impact. While some companies worry that going remote will have a detrimental effect on collaboration, remote teams can be better communicators than in-house teams, as long as the right systems are in place.
Developing a strong company culture requires thought, time, and a whole lot of intention. Here's why creating intentionally company culture is crucial.
Despite workers being more productive in a home office and the bottom-line benefits of remote work to employers, many companies are still hesitant to embrace it. Here are seven suggestions to convince your boss to allow a work-from-home arrangement.
While working from home can sound heavenly at first, almost every remote worker can, at some point, experience moments of isolation. Here's how to stay connected.
The history of remote work has deep roots, spanning several generations! These five fun facts about remote work might be eye-opening—and just might inspire you to look for a flexible job, too!