So if it can happen so readily in an in-office environment, does that mean remote workers could be at risk? While the risk might be smaller, the answer is yes. Bullying can take many forms. Especially when dealing with cyberbullying. It’s important to understand cyberbullying. And how it might affect your remote team.
We’ve recently talked about what questions you should ask in a remote interview, which includes questions about some of the critical skills that a remote worker needs. But if this is your first venture into the remote economy, how are you going to know that they are giving you the answers you need? Worry no more, we’re going to talk about that now!
Making sure that everyone knows what is expected of them is management 101. It’s taught in all those slick ‘even an idiot like you can be a manager’ books, and in every training course on the subject. And yet, a surprising number of projects go awry because expectations weren’t set effectively. Here are some thoughts on getting your remote team all on the same page.
If you ask people to describe what people who work from home are like, you’ll probably get stereotypical answers. A bunch of slackers who spend their day on the sofa in their PJ’s, firing off the occasional email and doing just enough work not to get fired, right? Well, not so much. Here is the real scoop.
The current tech hiring frenzy is leaving many smaller companies calling out SOS (save our software). Due to this talent shortage, it’s important for your HR department to know how hard hiring a developer can be – and how remote recruitment can be the answer.
Fact: happy staff is more productive. It’s not that we’re monsters who only care about deadlines and deliverables, it’s just that the positive side effects of happiness are a gift we’d be foolish to turn down. So here’s our quick guide on how to measure happiness – and reap the rewards!
Are you looking into the Remote Economy and wondering what it all means for your company? Here’s is a straightforward breakdown of the differences between telecommuters, full-time remote workers, and freelancers – and how to figure out which type is best for your company!
In today’s hit-and-miss business world, full-time workers may appear to be obsolete. Many businesses prefer working with freelancers when hiring remotely thinking of them as less of a burden to the company. But the old-school concept of a full-time employee still has something to give amidst the gig economy. Here’s what.
Want to take the rudder on your company’s journey on the remote economy. Here’s everything you need to know as the subject matter expert when it comes to remote working.