Archives for May 2020
Remote Work vs Telecommuting: Is there a difference?
Now that most people worldwide have had a taste of what regular work is like outside of a traditional office, and as terms such as remote work, telecommuting, and work from home start becoming more common, it is important to clarify the differences between the terms in order to understand them and use them in a correct manner.Read more
7 Tips to Avoid a Work from Home Burnout
Burnout is not something that happens overnight. Rather, burnout is a slow depletion of energy over time. With many businesses operating in crisis mode, employees are expected to pick up extra slack—logging more hours and being always on.Read more
How to Transition to Remote Work [Tips & Tricks]
Remote work is not a new phenomenon: Remote work has increased as an option over 40% over the past five years. Here are some tips and tricks on how to transition to remote work.Read more
16 Tips to Ensure Your Remote Staff Stays Engaged
There is no indication remote work is going to diminish any time in the future. The U.S. Census Bureau finds that the number of people working remotely has grown nearly 400% in the past decade. The benefits of remote work cascade to both workers and employers. Over one-third of workers reveal they would change jobs for one that allows for remote work at least part of the time. They also have better work-life balance and report better health.
Video Conferencing at Home [Rules & Etiquette]
Even if you haven’t experienced video meetings for work, school or life yet, you’ve at least seen social media shares from when it goes wrong. Maybe it’s an awkward screenshot or a viral clip of someone who, in the middle of a news segment, is interrupted by a child or pet, which throws everything off.Read more