What is a workcation and how do you manage it in the first place? A workcation is when you work in a different location that is either not your home or your office. This gives you the opportunity to explore a new location, city, or country when you're not working. Others do their workcation by planning one-month trips to one destination and spending the majority of the year in their homes while others prefer to constantly travel while working and exploring various destinations. Read further to learn more about managing your workcations.
A Work From Home Stipend provides work from home employees an amount of money that is either a lump sum or daily payment that they would otherwise receive if they were working in the office. Read further on how it improves employee satisfaction, team unity, and equality for those working from home.
With the goal of helping remote companies succeed, we’ve broken down the key challenges to remote collaboration and included our best practices for collaborating effectively with a distributed team.
Today, the biggest disadvantage that remote companies and employees face is the lack of protection under domestic employment laws. More often than not, the best way to hire someone remotely is through a contracting agreement, but what does this mean when it comes to taxes?
Even though we might be able to go to our offices again soon, many teams might have gotten a taste of remote work, and might want to stay that way. Before you rush into it and close down your office, this is how you can prepare for the switch.
Companies around the world are ordering employees to work from home for the next few weeks until the COVID-19 virus is under control. A sensible measure, but a challenging one as well. If your team is not used to working from home, this may become a very taxing time for your whole team. A quick guide on remote work for co-located companies.
A constant state of availability and being connected, coupled with a possibly unstructured and isolated working environment can be tough for the mental health of remote workers.
A manager's job is to know what's going on and where things stand, but checking in with remote workers can be difficult - people are in different timezones and asking questions can be hard.
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