Category Archives: Remote Work

5 reasons companies should hire remote employees

Our world is changing every day, every hour, and every minute. Due to the rapid development of technologies, the concepts of job and workplace are now being defined in hundreds of different ways. 

A case in point – freelance work. 

An increasingly popular format of professional relationships, freelance work is quickly becoming the number one choice both for the professionals looking for new job opportunities and the companies scouting for talent. 

In this article, we’re laying out 5 reasons why remote work is the go-to option for every forward-thinking enterprise out there. 

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8 Reasons Why Your Remote Team Needs to Work Out Loud

8 Reasons why your remote team needs to work out loud

Hiring remote workers is a way to take advantage of the best that the job market has to offer. Instead of being stuck to local recruitment pools, you can access experiences and knowledge from all over the world.

Unfortunately, working with a remote team comes with several downsides. From everyday communication being more difficult, to the inability to physically check in on your employees and see what they’re doing.

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How Do I Stay On-Task When Working From Home?

Telecommuting is becoming increasingly popular for new generations of workers who desire freedom to work where and how they want. The ability to work from home has given employees around the world greater satisfaction with their jobs, enabling them to become more productive in the process.

So how in the world has “working at home” come to mean wearing sweatpants all day, binge-watching Netflix, and doing laundry all while on the clock?

While a small minority take advantage of the privilege to work at home like stereotypes would have you believe, productivity problems usually stem from an inability to manage time and limit distractions. Telecommuters who can’t establish structure in their routine can often find themselves lacking in productivity.

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