Remote-How Weekly Digest #7

Remote-How Weekly Digest #7

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written on October 2018 by Dominik Serafin

Hello everyone,we’ve put together results of our recent research on remote work.It unveils major motivations, pains and gains location independent professionals face while building their career path.

  • 63% choose remote employment to spend more time with their family and loved ones
  • 59% find digital nomadism helpful to be more productive, save time and adjust work to their lifestyle.

Biggest challenge? Job Search and Transition Full-Time Office -> Full-Time Remote Work. Over 62% of respondents simply don’t know where to start.Let’s change that!Here is a new e-book RH teamprepared for all aspiring remote enthusiasts. We’ve featured great actionable advices from Hung LeeLiza RodewaldSue Marshall and more.Go grab your copy here.

REMOTE trendCommunicating, coordinating, and building comradery across remote teams can become a tangle of missed messages and empty video conference meetings unless everyone is working through the same channels. Learn how to sync all your communicators into internal-ecosystem.To Capitalize on the Remote Work from Home Trend, Businesses Should SimplifyIf you’re an employer and you want to capitalize on the remote work from home trend, be aware that the arrangement comes with a warning–keep things simple.

REMOTE project
Side project could be a great idea to test if remote work environment is for you. To eliminate all risks – start working on your gig while you’re full-time employed. And then go with a flow!8 Ideas for Getting Started on a Side Project and 39 Side Projects From the Buffer TeamHow do you make time for side projects? Which ones should you choose? Here are some tips from the Buffer team plus all our side projects we’re working on!

REMOTE interview
77 percent of professionals want remote work, but despite this being one of the three top perks requested, just 14 percent of companies were offering remote opportunities. Learn how to stand out!
How to interview for a remote IT jobEmployers are now more willing to allow IT talent to work from home. When interviewing for a remote IT position, use these 5 tips to stand out.

REMOTE company
“It’s about results, not where your IP address is,” said InVision’s Chief People Officer, Mark Frein.

Software startup InVision has no physical headquarters and all 700 employees work remotely – Business Insider Deutschland
InVision is a 7-year-old software company that has no physical headquarters and whose employees work everywhere from Nigeria to Argentina. “It’s about…”.