Category Archives: Remote Work Environment

The Dark Side of Remote Work – Do They Really Need YOU?

Gary Schirr September 1, 2020 Last week on this blog I posted a video of a panel discussion on remote working. As a part of the panel, I conducted a survey of attendees and LinkedIn followers that showed favorable experience with remote work during the pandemic. Sixty-five percent of respondents to the survey felt that … Continue reading The Dark Side of Remote Work – Do They Really Need YOU?

How to Create an Awesome Remote Culture (15 Ideas to Start)

Katy French August 6, 2020 According to Stanford economist Nicholas Bloom, 42% of the U.S. labor force is now working remotely. This trend has been on the rise for the last decade, but in the wake of the pandemic, many companies have had to scramble to convert to a remote workforce—to varying degrees of success. … Continue reading How to Create an Awesome Remote Culture (15 Ideas to Start)

A Guide to Telecommuting: Adjusting to the New Era of Remote Working

Dave Wallen July 31, 2020 Telecommuting was once a rarity, now a necessity. The spread of COVID-19 has forced traditional brick-and-mortar businesses to move to a telecommuting structure in order to maintain business continuity. Although working from home is not a new concept, for many teams and companies it’s a first-time experience. Unfortunately, there’s no … Continue reading A Guide to Telecommuting: Adjusting to the New Era of Remote Working

Why Aren’t We Talking More About Expectations and the Current Remote Working Situation?

Arik Hanson June 26, 2020 Read yet another media story on working remotely and how it will change work forever once the pandemic is over. This one, from Bloomberg, actually took the opposite stance and talked about how the future of work is in the office. But, all these media reports and articles are ignoring … Continue reading Why Aren’t We Talking More About Expectations and the Current Remote Working Situation?