Author: Guest Blogger

What are the Benefits of Remote Working for Businesses?

6th December 2018 Off

Today, we welcome Guest Blogger, Laura Farrer, who explores the benefits of adopting Remote Working for your business! Remote Working Revolution Virtual workers may get to commute from the beach, but their employers are enjoying even better rewards by adopting flexible work models. The Remote Working Revolution is in full swing, More than ever, employees…

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SmartWorking Mother Launches Luxury Brand From Rural To Global

15th November 2018 Off

Today we welcome guest blogger, Alison McEvoy who shares her heartwarming experiences on juggling motherhood whilst designing an organic kidswear range and transforming the Future of Work 🙂 Alison designs, creates and runs her brand remotely from her hometown of Abbeyleix in Laois! AAMcEvoy’s Story Our attitudes to work, the workplace and employment are changing…

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How Company Culture Can Drive Competitive Edge

6th November 2018 Off

In 2004, Blockbuster ruled the video rental world. With revenue of $6 billion, it had the world queuing patiently in stores to rent their Friday night entertainment. Meanwhile, Netflix was quietly mounting a challenge. Within 6 years, Blockbuster had filed for bankruptcy, and Netflix had grown its revenue to $2.2 billion (How Netflix Destroyed Blockbuster…

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4 Free Apps a SmartWorker Can’t Live Without

1st November 2018 Off

Today, Tamara Sredojevic, a digital nomad working with everywoman shares her positive experiences with the digital aspect of SmartWorking 🙂  I like to think of technology as the XXI century version of medieval magic. Some won’t trust it. Some will embrace it. I am definitely going for the latter. When you’re working remotely or hiring remote talent, tech…

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Life As A SmartWorking ESL Teacher

9th September 2018 Off

Tell us about yourself. What’s your story?   Well, it all began one day when I got out of the shower. I was drying my hair and noticed it was falling out (I was twenty-five at the time). That was the moment I realised stress is a real thing. After completing my Bachelor’s at the…

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