On this special edition of the DistantJob Blog, a Government agent, and an eco-warrior duke it out. Insults are flung, mean faces are shot, reputations are at stake… Oddly, the only thing they fully agree on is hiring remotely. And who benefits from this argument? You, of course. Check out how you can take advantage of a bitter rivalry to help your own business.
Author: Ria Ghose
Let’s take a look at some wonderful savings waiting for you, should you decide to embrace remote work for your business.
In business, don’t you face issues like exorbitant rent, employees calling in sick or not engaged in their work, or having to keep offices closed due to inclement weather? Remote work solves these problems – almost in one fell swoop. Let’s consider the variables that can save your company money by hiring remote workers.
Affiliate Summit East is happening in the Big Apple this July, and all our favorite people (and companies!) will be there. Are you going to join us and thousands of others in one of the best conferences of the season? Whether you’re an Affiliate Summit veteran, or it’s your first time at the show, what you have before you are our best tips and insights on how to make the most out of your ASE18 experience.
“Looking elsewhere” is about as human a concept as hunting, gathering, and farming. If you can’t find what you’re looking for locally, you’ll have to search further afield. For a knowledge-driven company to do that you have two simple choices. First, transplant a skilled foreign worker into the US for long-term (though not permanent) work. And second, remote placement. Enter the age of remote economy.
We already know that some personalities are better suited for remote work than others and that you should look out for those characteristics while interviewing your candidates. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) can give you a better grasp of how they may perform when you are not around to manage them.
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.
Whether it’s because the best talents are not readily available locally or most employees prefer flexibility or because the emerging Millennial workforce is setting the
At the crux of successful remote work is the technology that enables it. Sure, remote work takes away the option to look over an employees’