Remote-How Weekly Digest #68

Remote-How Weekly Digest #68

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written on December 2019 by Magda Sowierszenko

Ho ho, Remoters!

As the year slowly draws to a close, it’s time to start pondering important questions in life. We have one for you as well …

Do I want to get a taste of traveling and working at the same time?  

If your answer is: “Yes, I do”… join our online chat with Hacker Paradise where you’ll have a chance to ask your questions and learn: 

  • How to make the best use of your working hours as a remote professional
  • How to nail that work-life-travel balance
  • What Remote-how & Hacker Paradise can do for you to help you successfully go remote

Join us at 12pm EST (5pm UTC) on 19 Dec for the last webinar of this year! Learn how to build your career as you travel. JOIN US HERE

Enjoy your week and festive season! Don’t forget to pause and take a moment just for yourself and read some fresh news from the remote world which we have prepared for you. Psst … they go perfect with a cup of coffee and gingerbread cookies!

Enjoy your weekly dose of fresh remote articles!

Recently on Remote-how blog

How Technology is Revolutionising the Traditional Working Hour

In this piece, we’ll highlight the different types of flexible working options and delve into how technology has made this possible. To show you some of the best tips on managing your flexible workers efficiently we’ve teamed up with Peninsula.

REMOTE working

8 Lessons from the Best Remote Companies in the World

Today’s most successful remote companies aren’t just innovating on products, they’re also innovating on the process. Learn from top companies like Automattic, GitLab, Buffer, Help Scout & Doist what makes the successful.

REMOTE challenges

How Remote Working Increases Cyber Security Risks

As businesses embrace digital transformation and new ways of working, keeping sensitive information safe is a growing challenge for employers and employees. What security advisers recommend employers who allow remote working? Find out in this article!


Cities With the Most Remote Workers

Given the recent increase in remote work and its uneven adoption throughout the U.S., researchers at Volusion wanted to examine where remote work is most common. They used data from the U.S. Census to identify U.S. cities with the largest share of workers who exclusively work from home. This article summarizes their research.

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