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With more and more professionals taking on remote work, people are deciding they don’t have to necessarily stay in bigger tech hubs like Silicon Valley and New York City. The spotlight is shining brightly on regional tech hubs that offer remote workers a better quality of life and potential access to more career opportunities. As...
Lots of people are now working from home. On its own, this “remote work” shift takes some getting used to, especially if you’re used to working in an office. Many working parents are managing their kids’ online school and spouses or roommates are spending more time together. It’s feeling more challenging to keep work and home...
remote interviewing
With remote work becoming more common, businesses have started to transition to hiring entirely remote employees. These employees may be located in different time zones or states, which has impacted how businesses interview and hire new team members. Now, with COVID-19 forcing remote work on many businesses, remote interviewing and hiring are becoming even more common. For the remote interview process...
driving
According to a consumer survey conducted by McKinsey earlier this year, the ongoing health crisis altered the driving behavior of Americans by decreasing how often we drive. However, this shift is really just the continuation of a trend. America’s love affair with cars was heading toward a break-up — or a temporary break at the very least. Cracks began to appear in this...
remote team communication
Remote work has never been more prevalent than it is today. Implementing and maintaining a successful remote workforce, however, is not as simple as instating a new policy. You need solid remote team communication. Ensuring your team is set up for success requires coordination and cooperation from all sectors of your company.  Whether it be...
7 Tips for Successful Online Networking
The meaningful connections and conversations you have as a small business owner help you build a network of people who may become customers, employees (or contractors), investors, or sources of new opportunities. Those new connections and conversations build trust and respect, helping you reach the right people and generate new prospects for yourself and your...
For years, employees have extolled the virtues of the “distributed workforce” — working remotely. While some managers have embraced remote teams, be they across town, in a different time zone, or across an ocean, others have been hesitant to allow remote work. But the global coronavirus pandemic has forced businesses of every shape and size to adopt...
Before the pandemic created the need to minimize physical and social contact, you probably didn’t think you needed a remote work policy. You either had no remote workers or you considered yourself too small of a business to draft a formal document. Now you need to work remotely to keep projects moving forward. You may...

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