Not long ago there was a rash of articles which claimed that remote workers were unhappy, if not downright paranoid. So here’s the good news: not one of the problems identified is actually a problem with remote working. They’re signs that not all managers are doing the best job at looking after their remote team. Don’t believe us? Here’s the breakdown.
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.
Let’s take a look at some wonderful savings waiting for you, should you decide to embrace remote work for your business.
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.
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!
Do you know if you’re sending the right message? At DistantJob we’ve assembled the best need to know nonverbal cues so you can communicate with confidence.