Remote-How Weekly Digest #69

Remote-How Weekly Digest #69

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written on December 2019 by Iwo Szapar

Hi there!

It’s the season of parties, presents, and year-planning. We can’t be there with you, but we can send our Remote Santa straight to your inbox.

This year we want you to take better care of yourself! That’s why your Remote Santa is bringing you a great package of Certified in Distributed Management Program and crash-course on self-care for only 749$.

On self-care crash course you will learn:

  • How to address loneliness at work (by Mark Tippin)
  • How to manage your stress (by Barbie Brewer)
  • How to become more self-aware and find what drives you (by Jim Hughes)
  • How to achieve better work-life balance and take care of your mental health (by Marcus Wermuth)
  • How to practice mindfulness (by Stephan Dohrn)



Warm wishes,

Remote-how Team

Enjoy your weekly dose of fresh remote articles!

Recently on Remote-how blog

How To Keep Your Remote Team Engaged And Happy

When each employee is engaged and happy, the benefits can be felt by the whole team. Two of the key areas to keep on top of are without a doubt communication and maintaining standards. Investing in your team’s development is also a great way to get employees to feel great about themselves and engage more with their job.

REMOTE story

Remote Work is More Than a Job Perk—For People With Chronic Illness, It’s Life Changing

No one other than her boss had any idea that she was even ill. On bad health days, she just stayed off-camera. On good health days, she looked absolutely fine. Working remotely in combination with her treatment plan caused her overall health to improve dramatically. Read this heart-warming story about remote work!

REMOTE challenges

The Gig Economy is Crashing: Freelance Jobs at UpWork Sunk 31% in Past Month

When the California legislature passed AB 5, a bill that compels companies to treat gig workers like normal employees, analysts expected the gig economy’s ascent to experience a serious setback. Turns out, they weren’t wrong? New data shows that beginning in October the number of available gig jobs plummeted!


How Atlassian is Making Remote Work a Priority, Bucking the Trend in Tech

Atlassian is rolling out an initiative to more broadly and better support remote workers in both the U.S. and Australia. Since March, Atlassian has expanded to more than 300 remote employees, which amounts to nearly 8% of it’s more than 4,000 workers.

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