Tag: working from home

7 Essential Qualities of a Successful Remote Employee

22nd September 2019 Off

by Dakota Murphey Attitudes towards remote working have changed radically in recent years. Now, more than two-thirds of employees around the world embrace remote work at least one day each week. As a result, businesses can hire remote employee from almost anywhere in the world! The digital age of working There is little doubt that…

By Guest Blogger

Remote Working: Creating a Business Ready to Embrace the Future of Working

2nd June 2019 Off

Remote working has become increasingly more popular in recent years, and there are many benefits for both businesses and employees, including savings on cost and time. But some businesses still struggle to wrap their heads around the idea of their staff working flexibly and remotely, believing that it’s unproductive for their business. But, in order…

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Co-Working vs Working From Home

20th May 2019 Off

Co-working spaces are growing and many home workers are thinking about making the move. Co-working spaces offer multiple benefits, but are they worth it? Today we will compare the main pros and cons between co-working and working from home!  Price Coworking is cost-effective when comparing to traditional office spaces. Still, coworking isn’t free and that’s…

By Vithoria Escobar

Top 10 Remote Working Trends of 2019

14th March 2019 Off

As remote working becomes more and more prevalent in the professional world, we took the time to identify the top 10 predicted remote working trends of 2019. 1) Demanding flexibility from employers Now more than ever, workers who are millennials and Gen Z are comfortable advocating for flexibility from their employers. They can see how…

By Abigail Stack

Germany Announces Mandatory Work from Home Legislation

9th January 2019 Off

Germany’s Labor Ministry announced its new year legislation plans to make the option to work from home mandatory. The initiative will force German employers to either allow their employees to work from home or explain why it is not possible. A study by the Federal Ministry of Labor suggests that 40 percent of Germans would like to…

By Ashima Madan