Arik Hanson March 25, 2021 Since last spring/summer when this pandemic began to take hold, we’ve all been talking about how its changed work forever and how the “new normal” will most like be a version of what most are calling a “hybrid model.” We started to see that come to life, officially, last week … Continue reading Will the New Hybrid Work Model Be Everything We Want It to Be?
Thomas Griffin January 27, 2021 For many years now, it’s been predicted that remote working will become the norm. And then, because of the pandemic, businesses have been forced to use remote working whether they were ready to or not. One reason why remote working is not fully embraced by many business leaders is the … Continue reading How to Create a Positive Work Culture For Your Remote Business
Julia Magas January 21, 2021 Remote workers who are entrepreneurial and who take initiative can make the most of work-from-home (WFH) arrangements. According to a PayScale report, telecommute workers earn 8.3% more than non-remote workers with the same job and qualifications. And FlexJobs estimates that remote workers save $ 4,000 annually more than their counterparts. … Continue reading Pandemic Economy Gives Remote Workers 3 Key Benefits
Brian Wallace January 13, 2021 During the pandemic, 88% of global organizations have either encouraged or required remote work. Of those businesses, 66% think remote work will remain the norm going forward. This change in the way of doing business is already affecting the lives of workers in ways likely to become more apparent as … Continue reading How Remote Work Influences the Wage Gap [Infographic]
Sammy Courtright December 16, 2020 Let’s face it, 2020 has been a year of upheaval and adjustment, and that includes trying to successfully adapt to working from home. For many, myself included, there have been times where it’s been difficult to focus and stay productive and challenging to make the new work-from-home routine feel comfortable. … Continue reading These Remote-Work Survival Hacks Will Get You Through the Rest of the Pandemic (and Beyond)
Thomas Griffin November 6, 2020 Feeling connected as a team while doing remote work is a challenging task. However, staying in touch with your organization and the people in it is critical for employee morale. The upcoming holiday season could make the lack of real-life connection even more evident than before since we can’t have … Continue reading 4 Ways to Create Holiday Fun For Your Remote Workforce
Paul Keijzer October 28, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted the way we work, forcing millions of employees and business leaders to handle their jobs remotely. Many organisations have set up scalable remote infrastructure rather than just a temporary exercise. However, there is a set of things that need to be put in place in … Continue reading The 4 Golden Rules of Building a Great Remote Work Culture
Liz Kislik October 1, 2020 Last week, a client remarked, “You know, this may not be over till next summer.” He told me he’d installed a new door to his home office nook because his constant video meetings were disruptive to his kids’ remote school programs. This permanent change was necessary for him and his … Continue reading How to Help Employees Still Struggling with Remote Work
Barasha Medhi September 30, 2020 Work from home has resulted in the majority of the workforce succumbing to the mental stress, pressure of adapting, isolation, and to deal with the insecurity of possibly losing their jobs. Couple with the abrupt shift to the new work arrangements, remote employees are truly facing a lot of challenges … Continue reading 5 Ways to Increase Efficiency in Remote Workers
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?