Freelance and Remote Working
I Live and Work Remotely From a Cruise Ship 300 Days a Year. It's Helped My Social Life and Costs Just as Much as an Apartment — Here's How I Do It.
"I've been told I'm crazy for trying to live full-time on a cruise ship, but it's not just for retired people."
While adoption rates vary by country, industry and company size, the remote working trend continues to gather momentum as more employees demand flexible working arrangements and many organizations recognize the potential benefits, such as increased productivity, reduced overhead costs and access to a larger talent pool.
Remote work allows hiring top talent from anywhere in the world without geographical restrictions.
In today's interconnected world, organizations often face the challenge of managing multicultural and geographically dispersed teams. Here are some tips on how to encourage inclusion.
Exploring the pros and cons of hiring self-employed and freelancers across borders, the legal considerations, the correct classification of employees and independent contractors, and more.
As the CEO of a company that was an early adopter of a fully distributed workplace model, here are five important lessons I've learned from the experience.
The benefit of "remote work" is that it should enable greater freedom and flexibility — yet for many, it's led to be even more inundated with communications, back-to-back meetings and extended working hours. To realize the potential of remote work as a path to greater productivity and freedom, we need to move toward asynchronous work. Here's how to do it.
While Elon Musk is right to question the effectiveness of fully remote teams, his solution to return to the office full-time is misguided. Here's one remote CEO's take on why his concerns are right, but his solution is wrong — and how to make remote work functional.
Welcome to the Age of The Agile Workplace.
A four-day workweek leads to more satisfied workers, narrows the gender gap and the return on investment is better than expected.
Appearance is business is still important, even when working from home. Here are some tips on how to present yourself in the best way.
Use these tips to save time, money, boost productivity and otherwise get the most from your home work environment.
The future of work is changing. Are you ready to change with it?
To be successful at freelancing, you need to make sure you are good at controlling your own time.