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Resume Pro Tip: The absolute best way to show your work experience

Follow 2 simple rules to show yourself as a stronger candidate. Tagged with webdev, beginners, remote, career.

DEVDEV 2020-06-16

Cities offer cash as they compete for new residents amid remote work boom

Cities offer cash as they compete for new residents amid remote work boom

Fast CompanyFast Company 2020-06-09

How to Inspire Your Remote Team During This Pandemic

5 methods to involve as well as encourage your group remotely throughout the Coronavirus pandemic

HelmsHubHelmsHub 2020-06-09

Estonia Woos Remote Workers With A Digital Nomad Visa

Can you work from pretty much anywhere that has an internet connection? Estonia has a long-term visa for you.

ForbesForbes 2020-06-09

The rise of the 'micro-cubicle'

Phone booths for private work are popping up all over the globe. Are these a great idea, or are we trying to find the silver lining to a bigger problem in cramped pods? Video by Shannon Sun and Jenn Hoang, edited by Anna Pazos

BBCBBC 2020-06-09

No More Free Lunch: Working at a Tech Company Will Never Be the Same

Remote work forever, voice-controlled everything in the office, and other new normals of the future

MediumMedium 2020-06-03

Here's why the future of work needs to include Indigenous perspectives post-pandemic

Why we need to work toward a future that supports Indigenous contributions and talent

Future of GoodFuture of Good 2020-06-03

Designing Remotely at Auth0

Designing remotely can be scary, but it doesn't have to be. With all this said, our tools and processes are constantly evolving.

Auth0Auth0 2020-06-03

How to plan and execute remote employee training programs

Learn how to decide if remote training is right for you, followed by tips to help execute remote training, and tools you can use to implement your programs.

Rachel Andrea GoRachel Andrea Go 2020-05-26

Why are some people better at working from home than others?

In a world of telework, some people just take better to working from home. Does this productivity come naturally, or can you learn it?

BBCBBC 2020-05-26

Remote work worsens inequality by mostly helping high-income earners

The higher a person's salary, the most likely they are to be able to work from home; it's not an option for most low-income workers. Here's what governments can do to help encourage more remote work.

The ConversationThe Conversation 2020-05-26

Your Boss Is Watching You: Work-From-Home Boom Leads To More Surveillance

With more people now working from home, employers are increasingly relying on tracking software to monitor what employees do when they're on the clock.

NPRNPR 2020-05-20

The Office Is Dead

In early March, Jeff Haynie, the CEO of Austin-based software company Pinpoint, was gearing up to find new office space. Pinpoint’s $25,000-per-month lease with WeWork for 1,800 square feet would be…

Marker by MediumMarker by Medium 2020-05-20

Working Remotely Crossed the Chasm on May 12, 2020

Working remotely: not just for COVID-19 anymore. From academia to the Open Source movement, remote collaboration is not exactly novel. From Github to DuckDuckGo, remote-first successful businesses are no longer rare.


The Five Levels of Remote Work - and why you’re probably at Level 2

COVID-19 has forced companies the world over to enact — or create — remote working protocols. The likes of Box, Amazon, Airbnb, Facebook, Google and Microsoft have all told their employees some…

MediumMedium 2020-05-12

Why Zoom Is Terrible

There’s a reason video apps make you feel awkward and unfulfilled.


If You’re a Remote Worker, You’re Going to Be Surveilled. A Lot.

It's a land grab for worker surveillance.'

MediumMedium 2020-05-05

Top Remote Work Tips for Teams from a VP of Engineering

Get remote work advice from Netlify's VP of Engineering Dalia Havens. Dalia shares productivity tips, communication advice, and more for distributed teams working remotely. From Zoom to Slack and far beyond. Check it out!

NetlifyNetlify 2020-05-05

Remote Working for Product Designers: How to Get Optimal Outcomes

Based on the situation of things around the world, most organizations are now beginning to engage their workers in remote working. However, while the concept of remote working is not strange…

UX PlanetUX Planet 2020-05-05

New effort vs Old effort

Seth Godin's Blog on marketing, tribes and respect

Seth GodinSeth Godin 2020-04-28

Mapping “The Future of Work” Startup & Investor ecosystem

Like lots of people these days, I enjoy spending time thinking about & investing in companies shaping “the Future of Work”. For that reason, I keep getting asked by my investor friends whether I have…


The Digital Nomad Lifestyle Isn’t As Great As You Think

When I started my travel blog back in 2015, I didn’t even know what a digital nomad was, let alone aspire to be one. Starting the blog was a way of providing myself with a creative outlet. The idea…

MediumMedium 2020-04-28

Are Digital Nomads Better Prepared For Self-Isolation?

The challenges of global living equip people with unexpected resilience.

Lauren RazaviLauren Razavi 2020-04-21

Time Is Meaningless Now

Is it Tuesday, or Saturday? Who cares.

ViceVice 2020-04-21

Coronavirus Economy: Companies Are Firing the Wrong People

The wave of layoffs is a slow-rolling catastrophe, warn MIT professors Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee.

BloombergBloomberg 2020-04-21

The History of Loneliness

Until a century or so ago, almost no one lived alone; now many endure shutdowns and lockdowns on their own. How did modern life get so lonely?

The New YorkerThe New Yorker 2020-04-21

Working From Your Childhood Bedroom

For some millennials, sheltering in place means moving home to their parents’ house.


As A Remote Work Manager, Here's How My Team Works (Efficiently) From Home

In these uncertain and challenging times, many people are working from home (WFH) for the first time. As someone who has worked remotely for the past five years, I’ve learned a lot of dos and don’ts.

LinkedinLinkedin 2020-04-15

How to Dial Back Your Screen Time and Survive Social Media in Quarantine

Computer scientist Cal Newport on why the quality of your quarantine may come down to how you use your technology.

GQGQ 2020-04-15

Remote Work Is The New Norm. Will It Last?

The battle for remote work has been ongoing. Employees want it, many companies and even more managers resist it. Will this short-term (at minimum) and large-scale experiment in remote work change that?

ForbesForbes 2020-04-15

Remote Work Can (And Does) Boost Employee Productivity

Data proves it: Remote work boosts productivity. Here's why — and how you can empower your remote team to be more productive.

SlabSlab 2020-04-07

How to See the World When You’re Stuck at Home

When you are quarantined or cancel your trip, you can still go on a journey. The secret? The author Reif Larsen says it’s Google Street View.


Will the coronavirus solidify our shrinking human contact needs?

Long before the coronavirus, South Koreans had begun optimizing their lives to have less and less human contact. The global pandemic might make that disassociation permanent.


One of the hardest roles in tech: Product Designer

I have always quietly thought to myself, that being a product designer requires the highest standards. Even though the job is fun, fulfilling, and impactful, it’s not for everyone. Or at least it’s…

UX CollectiveUX Collective 2020-04-03

Long Commutes Destroy Happiness, Research Shows. Here's What to Do About Them

How long do you drive to get to work every day? And how long do your employees drive? The answers to these questions are more important than you might think. In a fascinating post on Maritz's People Science site, behavioral science writer Brandon Routman looks at a couple of...

IncInc 2020-03-31

So You’ve Been Told to Work From Home. Now What?

At Doist, we’ve always believed that remote work is the future. But no one expected it to become a necessity for so many companies and their employees with next to zero warning.

DoistDoist 2020-03-31

Tips for Working At Home Without Burning Out

If you’re a person who spent your pre-pandemic work life in a cubicle or office, right now is a good time to throw yourself into looking on the bright side: You’re not stuck at home; you’re free. This is what you dreamed about every morning and evening when you were stuck in...

MediumMedium 2020-03-31

Working from home? Switch off Amazon's Alexa (say lawyers)

One of the byproducts of doing all your work from home is that you might be discussing confidential matters. And who might overhear them? Well, there's your smart speakers....

ZDNetZDNet 2020-03-31

7 Ideas For Teams To Stay Connected Remotely

All of our teams globally are working remotely. In Asia, we have started in February, in Europe in March. Everyone is working from home. Additionally, governments have advised people to stay at home in their own time as well and avoid any social contact. For people who are not...

MediumMedium 2020-03-26

A Guide to Working From Home

Whether you’re the CEO of a Fortune 500 company or a first-year university student, the topic that’s on everyone’s mind worldwide as we head into Spring of 2020 is the Coronavirus. Governments across the globe are advising people to stay away from large groups, schools are...

MediumMedium 2020-03-24

Close your office. Now. How operate your startup under lock-down

The US declared the state of emergency. Many leading startups closed their office. And I expect that all startups in the tech hubs will have their offices closed by the end of next week – if they haven’t already.


Being the first to start remote working

My girlfriend and I want to move to another city. Not a few miles to the next big city, not to the other side of Holland, but a country on the other side of Europe: Sweden. That's about 1600 kilometers (1000 miles). And it is also not fancy Stockholm we chose as our destination,...

DEVDEV 2020-03-24

The Ultimate Guide To Remote Teams - Hiring, Engaging & Scaling

Welcome to the 21st century, where a growing population of the workforce is less dependent on location and more dependent on the Wi-Fi. Cubicles, early morning commutes, and broken coffee machines are all a thing of the past.

The Remote LifeThe Remote Life 2020-03-03

A Quick Security Checklist for Remote Workers (or Anyone, Really)

While distributed teams are on the rise, some leaders are hesitant to embrace remote because of the perceived security risks. Employees accessing company data on public wifi at a coffee shop in Bali is a chief security officer’s worst nightmare. But remote work is here to stay.

DoistDoist 2020-03-03

Why Do Corporations Speak the Way They Do?

I worked at various start-ups for eight years beginning in 2010, when I was in my early 20s. Then I quit and went freelance for a while. A year later, I returned to office life, this time at a different start-up.

VultureVulture 2020-03-03

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