I’m not inclined to hire a graduate from one of America’s elite universities. That marks a change. A decade ago I relished the opportunity to employ talented graduates of Princeton, Yale, Harvard and the rest. Today? Not so much.
Apple employees are pushing back against a new policy that would require them to return to the office three days a week starting in early September. Staff members say they want a flexible approach where those who want to work remote can do so, according to an internal letter...
If you like to keep your fingers on the pulse of the latest web design trends, you’ve probably already heard of Glassmorphism.
Often designers work on projects that don’t have a ready text or the projects that are only at the prototype stage. There are designers who are overly concerned with the beauty of typefaces, graphics, proportions, and how the layout looks and treat text separately from design.
Eighty-five percent of employees aren’t engaged at work, according to Gallup. Misalignments between strengths and values, lack of personal development, command-and-control management, shallow-level work, and process-heavy change-resistant cultures all play a part in the...
In times of uncertainty and seclusion, people seek guidance and stability. In the workplace, they usually turn to their superiors. It can be hard for managers to live up to these expectations, and the task of managing people remotely is one few leaders have been prepared for.
If there's one button you use every time you open Spotify, it’s the play button. Today, we’re updating it significantly for better accessibility.
Construction is about to get more expensive. How much will companies invest in new offices? The pandemic has pushed companies around the world to rethink their offices. Whether they’re shifting to hybrid work models or eliminating dedicated desks, offices are likely to look a lot...
Finding a fulfilling role professionally isn't always easy. But the answer might just lie in remote work. Discover if a remote role is what you need to develop your skills and feed your passion.
We haven’t seen anything quite like this yet. Work from home means very different things to different people: work from couch; work from bed; work from a chair stacked on a table, knee-deep in kids' toys.
For many years, remote work was an amenity. It was something startups and young companies offered as a way to attract top-flight talent and stand out in a crowded job market.
If you're looking for ways to break into the world of remote work, you aren't alone. But knowing where to start is half the battle. With tips for newbie virtual workers, Sue Kelly of Omni Interactions teaches you where to begin your journey. The post Ask a Hiring Manager...
You can easily envision a dual-class system arising amongst workers. There will be those in the room being first-class and those at home being second-class corporate citizens.
I paid $160 to work from a 4-star luxury hotel in LA for the day, and the free coffee and rooftop pool made me feel surprisingly productive
Los Angeles - the home of movie stars, sunshine, and overpriced juice - has a hidden secret: a luxury hotel with a great remote work program.
In this guest post from Ralf Quellmalz of Topic Insights, readers can learn about ways to increase their productivity while working remotely.
Look, I’m old and jaded. But whenever I hear about economic "revolutions" — "it's different this time" — my skepticism antenna pops up.
Globetrotting and telecommuting present a few logistical challenges. These six tips will help you sate that wanderlust thirst and stay ahead of projects as you Zoom from the open road.
If one thing is clear about remote work, it's this: Many people prefer it and don't want their bosses to take it away.
Over a year on from the global shift in work and lifestyle caused by the pandemic, we are all still working from home. Those first few weeks, no one expected it to last this long, with many a story of people worrying for their withering office plants and lunchboxes left in their...
Companies and employees have had to deal not only with the logistical challenges of working remotely, but also the difficulty of maintaining office camaraderie when no one interacts with each other…
When compared with states, D.C. ranks first for remote jobs, and third overall when weighed for remote jobs, expected remote work growth and broadband access.
A must-see bucket list country pre-pandemic, Georgia is the latest destination to tempt digital nomads to stay.
A move to global, distributed teams has created an opportunity for a fresh wave of software-as-a-service startups to simplify the challenges.
Almost four years ago, my husband JT and I gave up our apartment and sold or donated almost everything we owned. Then, we hit the road as global digital