Posts tagged telecommute
Google Drive Hacks to Make Your Life Much Easier [Infographic]

Google Drive has made document sharing and editing so easy for teams, especially those that telecommute. But there are ways to use it even more efficiently and make your life even easier. The infographic below from Quill outlines a ton of useful Google Drive hacks, including keyboard shortcuts, Zapier automations, and how to use the features in a more effective way.

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Wethos Connects Freelancers With the Non-Profits They Care About

As a freelancer, I am able to divide my time between projects that I choose, and I would love to spend some of that time contributing to the causes I care about. But where do I start?

That's where Wethos comes in. Wethos is a network that connects freelancers to non-profit gigs and the causes they care most about. 

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The Best Places for Digital Nomads to Visit, According to the Experts

The digital nomad/coworking/freelance lifestyle is one that provides freedom of space and time, which means you can choose your own timezone and your own hours. The practice is often one of hit-and-miss, as factors like insufficient wifi, less-than-satisfactory accommodations, and bad weather can ruin your plans for a working vacation. A recent Forbes article about remote work features interviews with industry experts, who gave their thoughts on the best destinations for digital nomads and freelancers alike. Check out the list below.

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8 Ways to Have a Thriving Work Culture For Your Remote Team

With benefits like greater employee productivity and engagement, lower employee turnover and cost savings, it’s no wonder that more companies are looking to hire remote employees. But while there are many advantages to having a remote team, there are also challenges. Communication requires more planning, there’s no water cooler chats or birthday cake in the breakroom, and it can be easy for remote workers to feel like they’re not part of a team.

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7 Ways to Convince Your Boss You Can Work Remotely

With perks like extended travel opportunities and flexible hours, more and more employees are asking their bosses to work remotely—leading to higher productivity, engagement and job satisfaction. Allowing employees to work remotely can also save companies money, because they are able to cut back on equipment costs, and also because remote workers get more done.

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