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Sarah Dixon is a remote work advocate and thought leader and a specialist in persuasive writing. She has an MA in Creative Fiction, is a children's author, and a writer of award-winning short stories.

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The Best Books About Remote Work

Remote work is now mainstream. The idea that working from home was a productivity enemy is no longer part of the panorama. Companies around the […]

6 Reasons Why Code Reviews Are Especially Important for Distributed Dev Teams

There are a lot of compelling reasons to carry out code reviews for distributed teams. A regular review process helps you find bugs early, making […]

The Best Secured File Sharing Apps For Remote Teams

Every remote team needs a way to password product between team members. This guide walks you through what to look for in a file sharing solution and looks at the features of a few of the most recommended.

Can Remote Work Lead to Better Productivity in Software Development?

There was a time when the idea of virtual teams was atypical for many managers. And then, in early 2020, the global pandemic happened, and […]

How To Promote Remote Work In Your Organization

Here at DistantJob, we never miss a chance to use our state-the-obvious-advantages Hypno-ray to brainwash people into taking up remote work. We promote remote work […]

3 Hidden Gems – How Hiring Remote Workers Benefits Employers

If you know about the benefits of remote work, you’ll know that there are many of them – but most articles on that subject focus […]

Trust – The Currency Of Remote Dev Teams

The benefits of remote teams speak for themselves. When you talk about increased productivity, reduced costs, better employee retention, it seems like such an obvious […]

Making Remote Team Members into Managers

Whenever bloggers or journalists write about the pros and cons of remote working, the lists are pretty similar. They’re all subjects that we’ve discussed in-depth […]

Why Your Company Needs an IT Headhunter to Hire the Right Talent

Headhunters: It’s a word that conjures up a certain image. While we may have redefined the term in modern times, the word still evokes its […]

Are you our next superstar remote developer?

You live, breathe and eat code, and have fun figuring out how to solve problems. And you love living in South America or Eastern Europe. But you don’t feel as fulfilled as your friends in North America.

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