Hello everyone,Recent IPO of Upwork (world’s largest freelancing website) gives clear signals, that there are indeed big changes happening in the way we work. Market is maturing. More and more big players start to realize the benefits of distributed teams.Innovation comes with great opportunities and even bigger risks. If remote is the future and freelance is a new way we make things done – how Fortune 500 companies can de-risk this “large-scale experiment” in terms of operations, security and general management of potentially thousands of (remote) employees onboard?What Are Your Thoughts on this? Share your opinion with us on Social Media using hashtag #remotehow.
More than 30% of the Fortune 500 now hiring on Upwork. What does it mean for the future of work?
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