Tag: working remotely

8 Tips And Tricks To Productively Collaborate With Your Remote Teams

In this day and age, the term “remote work” no longer sounds as unfamiliar as it was just a few years ago. In only 12 years, the number of people who are working remotely increased by a whopping 159%. The reason for such a steep increase is that 90% of the employees, when asked, say that being given a chance to work remotely definitely increased their morale. In the United ...

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The Leader’s Handbook in Managing Remote Employees

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the idea of working remotely became even more prevalent. It doesn’t matter whether you are an employee or a student, chances are you are now doing your work or studies remotely. Remote work isn’t a brand new thing anymore; in the United States, at least, the working population is composed of nearly 25% remote employees. Just like working in the office, some policies and rules must ...

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Interpreting The Jargons of Remote Job Postings

Professional remote job posting writers intentionally use jargon that only remote workers with a significant amount of experience can only understand, this is done to deliberately rule out unlikely candidates just by using an intimidating title on their remote job postings. That being said, you can also use it to your advantage by learning what these jargons mean so that you can filter out the jobs that you don’t like ...

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Top 5 Companies Revitalizing Work From Home

It is undeniable that this day and age, technology has become an integral part of any business. So much so that companies are adapting to new avenues of the workforce - the online community. Many companies are opting out of traditional office setups and redirecting their processes into online teams. They have the same structure, rules, obligations but situated outside of an on-site component. This has become a breakthrough in ...

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Comprehensive Guide To Video Conferencing Etiquette - 14 Simple Steps

Even before the advent of the coronavirus, businesses have been moving their operations and workforce to a remote setting. To ensure that they still communicate efficiently and effectively, the majority of these businesses opt to use video conferencing for their daily communication, meetings, and team updates. Here is our comprehensive guide to help you look crisp and maintain your composure while on a video conferencing by following the etiquettes we ...

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7 Simple Hacks to Overcoming Procrastination When Working Remotely

Procrastination is something that’s easy to be guilty of, and not so easy to avoid. But it can be avoided successfully, with these effective measures. Never do today what you can put off for tomorrow. That doesn’t quite sound right, does it? It sounds very wrong in fact, but that’s exactly the principle behind procrastination. It’s something that most of us have probably been guilty of at some point, and ...

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5 Simple Ways to Show Remote Workers Appreciation

Did you know that a person's average lifespan is 79 years? If a person gets to live longer, it could be as far as 90. One-third of a person’s lifespan ends up spent at work; whether in the office or remote. Employees spend a lot of time away from their families to work, earn a living and be productive in this fast-paced society. Employees are what causes companies to thrive ...

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50 Best Websites to Find Remote Jobs

The world is changing due to COVID-19, shaping our lives and work. While there was a growing trend for work flexibility, the importance of this has increased at a break-neck speed. From health care to communications to tech, each industry offers roles that can be executed from the comfort of your own home. Whether the trend reflects companies’ desires to cut back on expenses or to provide employees with much-desired ...

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5 Best Personal Assistant Apps For Remote Workers

It’s always nice to have a personal assistant that can deal with all the small details that drain your day. The sad news is that hiring someone isn’t as realistic as most people think. The good news is that, if you’re one of the 81% of Americans who own a smartphone, there are lots of decent apps out there that can act as substitutes. As the coronavirus spreads across other ...

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