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Remote companies find innovative ways for their workers to connect, whether that’s Skype pyjama parties where pizza is delivered to each worker’s home, or online book clubs with everyone comparing notes on Slack.
Mike Eckstein had to abandon his millennial dream in Chicago’s thriving tech scene to care for his sick Mum in Sydney. Then he found a job that’d let him work any time, anywhere in the world.
A recent study by Randstad USA examined key leadership traits needed for the future. They placed near the very top of its list the “ability to keep people connected and engaged. Good stuff!
As the use of remote workers grows, so does the potential for some of them to feel isolated.
Employees respond to the ability to work flexibly by exerting additional effort, in order to return benefit to their employer. That could lead to burnout.
It’s easy for remote team members to feel isolated. Leaders can avoid this outcome by following these tips to connect and engage with remote employees.
Seven out of 10 full-time gig workers say they are unprepared to maintain their current lifestyle during retirement.
Here are five ways gig economy workers can save for retirement.