Remote-How Weekly Digest #1

Remote-How Weekly Digest #1

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written on August 2018 by Iwo Szapar

It’s been 2 months since Remote Future SummitWe’ve got a great response from 4k like-minded people from all over the world. After short workation in Bali, we’re back in Q4 with some exciting news. Can’t wait to share more in our next updates.Today we’re starting our Remote-How Weekly Digest – curated newsletter with readings on remote work. Posts by our friends, partners and some cool stuff from the web.

85 percent of millennials want full-time remote opportunities. 86 percent said productivity is higher working remotely. Our friends at LiquidSpace disclose some facts about remote work and millennials.

5 Facts About Remote Work and Millennials — LiquidSpace Blog
More and more people are opting for remote work, especially millennials. In fact, millennials are taking over the workforce, with over 50 million strong.

Remote-How Weekly Digest #1

REMOTE productivity
Staying productive as a remote worker or digital nomad can be next to impossible if you’re not careful. Let’s face it, when you work from anywhere, there are a lot of distractions. How to cope?

How To Get More Done in Less Time as a Remote Worker | Remote Work Hub

REMOTE creativity
Design Sprint it’s a five-day process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping and testing ideas with customers. Teams typically get together in the same place and focus on the problem for 5 days. Mural discovers how to make it happen 100% remotely.

Remote design sprints can’t work! Can they?
Design Sprint often lead to product breakthroughs that might otherwise take months or never happen at all.

REMOTE hiring
How do you run a hiring process when you are 8,000 miles apart? How do you make sure people get things done? Jobbatical discovers remote hiring case. Successful Case 🙂

How Time Doctor Hires and On-boards New Remote Team Members?
New remote companies are being founded every day in all corners of the world, while existing businesses are ditching their headquarters and moving their operations online.