The benefits of having a remote workforce – whether in part or entirely — go deep. Remote work allows your company to recruit the best candidates for the job regardless of location, to save money on office overhead, to manage with a focus on productivity rather than “face time”, to support a better work-life fit for your team, and the list goes on. Bottom line: when done right, remote work can make your company healthier and more successful.
On the face of it, offering your employees options to work remotely might seem like a generally good idea that
Soon after she became CEO of Yahoo in mid-2013, Marissa Mayer caused quite a stir in the tech industry when
What can you do with an extra $2,600? Book that long-awaited vacation? Surprise a special someone with an unexpected gift?
In March, FlexJobs and Remote.co announced the first ever TRaD* Works Forum (*Telecommuting, Remote, and Distributed) June 8 -10, 2016, at the
At Remote.co, we’re all about remote work (however you refer to it), and we want to simplify the language used
Whether you’re out of the office for a long weekend, the rest of the day, or (woohoo!) a much-needed vacation,
In business as well as in life, there are times when you need a little pick-me-up. Whether you’re already working
This June, Remote.co and FlexJobs will host a forum dedicated to telecommuting, remote, and distributed work — the TRaD Works Forum!
In 2013, Sheryl Sandberg published a book that would become the professional battle cry of a generation. Lean In was
It’s been a year since my employer, Recruiterbox—an HR technology software startup that helps growing companies hire—joined the ranks of
A friend recently shared a story about the time her son was undergoing emergency surgery when her employer demanded that
It seems everyone interested in gender equity is looking for new ideas to provide a glimmer of hope for practical
For small businesses, the idea of remote work might seem like something only the big companies offer to their workforce.
In a recent interview, Sara Sutton was proclaimed the “Queen of Remote Work.” And though she would be the last
The costs of doing business are astronomical. By doing business the way it’s always been done—with an office space, by
For traditional companies, the thought of transitioning to a remote company might seem rather daunting. Actually, the process is a
Starting to Embrace Remote Work
Jennifer Jones Newbill, Austin, Texas, United States
Dell Director, Employment Brand
I joined Dell as a recruiting team
Most people seek out remote work so that they can work from home—or when they’re feeling adventurous, their local coffee
As remote work continues to grow in popularity, many brick-and-mortar organizations are packing up their traditional offices in favor of
Maybe it’s because your company is eco-friendly. Or perhaps you want to think beyond borders when it comes to hiring
If you’re considering taking your company into the telecommuting realm, you’re in good company.
According to the article “Will Half
Employers who are considering shifting to a telecommuting workforce would do well to look at the groundbreaking effort that Dell,
Once thought of as a workplace trend, telecommuting has become a preferred way of doing business. Beneficial for both employers
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Job seekers looking to telecommute have long recognized the many great benefits of working remotely. Not only do at-home workers
Resistance is futile! That’s a super-optimistic way of characterizing the global movement underway by employers who are switching from a
If you’re deciding if remote work is right for your company, you are not alone. Remote workforces are increasing every
For companies that have never employed a flexible work program, the thought of having remote teams may very well be
Business is good. Profits are up. Your in-office workforce is productive and, from the looks of it, generally happy. So