Tag: FutureOfWork

Rural Regeneration: SmartWorking Carrick On Shannon company wins Great Place to Work

26th November 2018 Off

Rural Regeneration x SmartWorking What do we mean? SmartWorking refers to a method of working that promotes employee agility whilst tailoring your work method to your needs, location and skill set. The World of Work and the way in which we work is changing. As a result of technological advances, it is becoming less and…

By Chloe Sullivan

SmartWorking Mother Launches Luxury Kidswear 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 luxury 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…

By Guest Blogger

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…

By Guest Blogger

The UN Climate Change Ultimatum

8th October 2018 Off

According to a landmark UN report published today, a future of worsening droughts, forest fires and floods awaits us unless we act now. The report asks nations around the world to make drastic changes regarding carbon emissions and to keep global temperatures within the 1.5C-2C range over the next decade. “It’s a line in the…

By Thomas Murray

Ireland’s Best Workplaces 2018

3rd October 2018 Off

What makes a workplace appealing to you? Is it a warm friendly environment? Good amenities? Employee benefits? Opportunities available? In recent reports, Uber, VICE, Amazon, and now Snapchat have proven that the biggest and shiniest companies aren’t necessarily the best places to work. While big names, high salaries, and comfortable benefits may attract employees, they…

By Chloe Sullivan