Ring in the new year with our compilation of the best articles about remote work in 2019! Whether you’re just starting your remote adventure or you are a seasoned manager of a distributed team – we are certain you will enjoy them.
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Below you will find top articles about remote work in 2019. Enjoy!
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The top articles about remote work in 2019
The State of Remote Work is Buffer’s annual report that showcases the world of remote workers and seeks to understand them (it’s based on answers of 2500 remote workers!). Read on to dig into all of the insights about what it’s really like to be a remote worker in 2019.
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!
Announcement of new work-from-home jobs search filter and also released training materials for developing the digital skills needed to work remotely. Google was working on this initiative with Blue Star Families, to provide more “remote working opportunities” for military spouses.
Interview with Scott Mautz, a former executive at Procter & Gamble who writes about business. Mautz says that on top of increased productivity, working from home boosts employee retention. He suggests working from home three days a week and giving yourself two days in the office. Interesting opinions and experience brought by this interview!
Here’s a story of Care Hudson from Automattic, a firm with 900 staff and no office. She’s sharing how her workday look like, what remote work gave her and why she thinks it’s a future. Dive in to read Care’s story.
Research presenting what should managers consider as they set WFA (work from anywhere) policies, and remote-work policies more generally. It is based on productivity data for parent examiners who switched from work-from-home work conditions to the WFA program.
By 2025, some 70 percent of the workforce will work remotely at least five days a month. The changes remote work has introduced have happened so gradually you may not have noticed. This article reveals all the statistics about remote work you should be aware of, as well as prognosis on how it will further develop.