#Working Remotely

Reasons to Work Remotely From Spain

When you’re working remotely, there’s a high chance that you’re earning in a different currency to that of the country you’re living. And this can often cause a disparity against the cost of living. But regardless of whether you’re eanring in USD, GBP, AUD, or EUR,...
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6 Tips to Stay Focused When Working Remotely

Working remotely has its perks, but also setbacks. It can give employees the flexibility they need but can also be distracting. Whether you’re a traveler or just trying to get a change of scenery within your city, staying focused can serve as a challenge. John Boitnott from The Entrepreneur gives advice on how to stay focused.
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Got a Year of Sales Experience? WFH as a Sales Development Rep for Appen

Appen, a data collection company, is hiring a sales development representative. You will be working remotely from anywhere full time. You will be responsible for generating new business opportunities and researching leads at technology companies. Expect to exceed weekly and monthly metrics. You must have at least one year of...
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The Case for (Sometimes) Working in Person

Over the summer, Jotform opened its sixth office worldwide in Turkey’s largest city, Istanbul. It’s a sight to behold: Set among the trees of Belgrad Forest, our new digs have huge windows that showcase magnificent views, super fast Wi-Fi and ample space for Jotformers to do their best work.

Conferences think they can solve remote work’s problems

Web Summit convened in Lisbon, Portugal, in early November, looking much like it had before the pandemic. The tech conference was held, as it usually is, on numerous stages in and around a giant arena. It took me a solid 20 minutes to walk from one end of the conference to the other, trying to wade through myriad company booths and demonstrations. Some 70,000 people mulled throughout the space, wearing wristbands and badges, but few masks.

4 ways remote work has improved company culture

Few companies were prepared for the magnitude of change brought about by the pandemic, from employees forced to work from home and new technologies urgently needed to enable this to organizations struggling to adapt to doing business online. But one thing’s for sure – the shift has shown us that...

Top 10 Remote Working Tools for Businesses

Many businesses have adopted a remote working arrangement at the start of the pandemic. And many have shifted towards a hybrid working arrangement because of vaccines and the reduced number of cases. This working arrangement isn’t going anytime soon because of the flexibility offered, and businesses should continue equipping themselves with remote working tools. After all, many employees want to work from home or anywhere other than the office.

Here’s a midterm report on remote work

Is remote work at high levels here to stay? My guess has been that it isn't, though obviously it was a previously growing trend that was bound to get a tailwind from the pandemic. It's still too early to draw any firm conclusions, but I figured it was time to...

People Nowadays Wants to Work Remotely

As people’s lifestyles change, several people choose to work remotely, become digital nomads, and discover remote employment opportunities rather than applying for the typical 8 to 9-hour corporate jobs. There are also a lot of benefits to working remotely. Yes, even professionals have chosen to leave their desk jobs...

FinTech Futures Jobs: Five reasons why remote work might not be right for you

While the advent of remote work has been widely hailed as one of the more positive outcomes of the pandemic, for many workers, embracing this new way of working hasn’t been without its challenges. Three years on, the autonomy remote working affords has lost its shine. According to recent...

What makes QuickBooks the best accounting solution to work remotely

The accounting industry has not been left unaffected by the changes the pandemic has brought to the world. One of the biggest changes is working from home as opposed to the traditional work environment. At home, it can be difficult to complete certain tasks and keep track of all the information you need to keep things running smoothly. That’s why it’s important to stay organized while working remotely. Otherwise, important information is more likely to be lost through other distractions than at work. Seeking help from technical solutions such as cloud hosting can help resolve the situation.

8 Most Proven Remote Work Benefits

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we work. After a lockdown was imposed, most companies were forced to work remotely. While the concept of remote work existed before 2020, the pandemic made remote work more popular. While most employers had mixed reactions to the idea of Working from home (WFH), most employees reacted positively to remote work. Some companies like Twitter have even made WFH permanent. Both employees and employers can receive remote work benefits.

25 Gift Ideas for People Who Work From Home

Million Americans work from home. Not having to waste hours with a commute has been a game-changer for those of us punching the clock from afar, but working in the same place you live can make it difficult to maintain boundaries between the spaces where you toil and the spaces where you chill. So it’s critical to build a work-from-home setup that’s clearly distinguished from your living quarters. It’s also important that a home workspace be just plain comfy. If someone in your life needs a home office upgrade (that includes yourself!), then you’ve come to the right place. Most of WIRED’s Gear team has been working remotely since well before the pandemic. We’ve pulled specific items from our Ultimate Work From Home Gear guide that might make remote work even sweeter.

Cultural Cohesion in a modern work environment

The pandemic opened the floodgates to a massive wave of movement away from traditional office-based work: last year, a report had already predicted 36.2 million workers or 22% of Americans will be working remotely by the year 2025. This would be an 87% increase from pre-pandemic levels. The challenge with...

What is the difference between an IT remote job and working physically?

It's simple to define remote work as employment that doesn't take place in a traditional office; in other words, you won't be driving to the same physical business or office building Monday through Friday and remaining there for the duration of an eight-hour shift if you have a remote job. However, the definition of 'remote work' is somewhat open-ended: anywhere with high-speed internet access qualifies as 'not in a regular office.'