Remote-How Weekly Digest #28

Remote-How Weekly Digest #28

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written on March 2019 by Aleksandra Wnuk

Hello everyone,
I hope you all have had a great week so far – we definitely have at Remote-how! And do we have news for you! πŸ™‚ 

REMOTE cost reductions

We have declining rural towns that are looking for a way to revitalize their economies. βœ”πŸ“ˆ

Can Remote Work Reverse The Rural Brain Drain?

Businesses are seeing the value of remote work. There are significant cost reductions related to facilities, for one.

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REMOTE trends to make life easier
From flexible payment systems to collaboration suites and 360-degree cloud-based productivity apps, it’s like most of the innovations we see today are meant for tomorrow’s workforce.

Check out here: 3 Remote Work Trends for 2019
As the gig economy takes over and employers rethink their policies, we share three trends that will make your life easier in 2019.

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REMOTE benefits
This report revealed how the changing nature of the modern workplace benefits both workers and employers, with one in ten workers most productive outside of the typical 7am to 6pm working hours. ✈

The evolving workplace and benefits of flexible working
Lenovo study with the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) explores the benefits of flexible working

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REMOTE work and court employees
Esquire GC Stadler said his company aims to continue to leverage technology to create more ease for court reporters. βš–

Esquire Bets on Remote Work to Address Court Reporting Shortage | Legaltech News
Esquire Deposition Solutions will allow its court reporters to remotely transcribe and process depositions from any of its U.S. offices and is even looking at allowing them to work from home in the future.

Remote blessings to you from the Remote-how team!