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Welcome to RemoteWork.us

Welcome to RemoteWork.us, your information portal for remote work.

We provide you with all kinds of information and resources to help make your remote work better. Whether you are just thinking about hiring remote contractors or you are already running your business with remote teams, you will learn how to improve your process, find the right tools, fine-tune your technique, and cultivate better culture for your remote organization.

What are in store
We have grouped the information into the following sections:
News and Articles - the news and articles from reputable sites that talk about various issues in remote work, telecommuting, freelancing, managing virtual teams and technologies in distributed work environment.
Freelancing Markets - A comprehensive list of freelancing marketplaces that you can find your contractors, virtual assistants, remote employees, or freelancers for all kinds of projects.
Technologies - The essential software, services and tools that you need to run your virtual business and manage remote teams.
Other Resources - Useful information such as video tutorials, books and infographics about remote work.

About Us
We are a group of passionate entrepreneurs who have built successfully businesses via remote teams. We understand the intricacies in remote work. We want to help everyone succeed in making remote work a better way to run businesses.
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You can’t achieve long term profits without knowing how your employees feel

by JUHA HUTTUNEN, Thenextweb.com
July 23, 2018

Does your company get a good return on all the time and money it invests in leadership development? Despite the millions spent on developing leaders, many employees — perhaps even most — are disengaged from their work and not giving it their best shot. That’s often the result of poor leadership. I see a big...[Click to read more]

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Four-day work week called ‘resounding success’ after New Zealand company’s experiment

by Danny Clemens, 6abc.com
July 22, 2018

AUCKLAND, New Zealand — A company that temporarily gave all of its employees a four-day work week with no reduction in pay now says the experiment was a resounding success. Perpetual Guardian, a New Zealand-based estate planning company, had all of its 240 employees work four-day weeks over an eight-week period in March and April. The company hired...[Click to read more]

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An Experiment Reveals That a 32-Hour Workweek Just Might Be the Secret to Employee Happiness

by Tom Popomaronis, Inc.com
July 21, 2018

Today more than ever, employee happiness is critical–and at the same time, the long workweek can really take a toll. There’s a ton of science that supports how long we should work every week, or when we need to stop working, rather. So, what’s the middle ground in striking a work-life balance that strives to retain the happiness...[Click to read more]

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5 Steps To A More Productive Time At Work

by Shelcy V. Joseph, Forbes.com
July 21, 2018

If you work in a traditional office environment, chances are, you spend most of the time sitting at your desk. Some people have outside meetings, errands to run and other reasons to move around during the day, but to those who don’t, staying physically active (which is tied to productivity)  at work can be a real challenge. But...[Click to read more]

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The 10 rules found in every good remote work policy

by Macy Bayern, Techrepublic.com
July 20, 2018

Fully remote jobs and work from home policies are on the rise, particularly in the tech industry. Typically embraced for its flexibility, remote work has been made possible by mobile devices and cloud-based applications, 451 Research senior analyst Raul Castanon-Martinez said. Now that people are able to conduct the same work at home, motivation for coming...[Click to read more]

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Four-Day Workweeks Create More Productive Employees, New Study Shows

by TIERNEY MCAFEE, People.com
July 20, 2018

The four-day workweek dream became a reality for participants of a pilot program experiment at a New Zealand company — to the benefit of both the employees and their employer. In the new study, all 240 employees of Perpetual Guardian — a firm that handles trusts, wills and estates in Wellington, New Zealand — worked four days for the same...[Click to read more]

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A Unique Approach To Personal Productivity: Three Strategies For Those With Short Attention Spans

by Shannon Waller, Forbes.com
July 20, 2018

A number of years ago, I realized that my approach to being productive needed to be quite different from what seemed to work for others. I always struggled to feel productive, to focus, to handle the day-to-day tasks and to hit deadlines. After experimenting with every day-planner and time-tracking system I could get my hands...[Click to read more]

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‘Virtual Co-Working Spaces’ Are Going to Be Part of the Near-Future’s Entrepreneurial Lifestyle

by Danny Forest, Entrepreneur.com
July 20, 2018

It’s no secret that the entrepreneurship landscape is changing: In the United States alone, 24 percent of workers work from home, according to a Bureau of Labor Statistics 2015 report. And the trend is increasing exponentially. Following — potentially leading — that trend are entrepreneurs, who, more than ever, either work from home or from coworking spaces around the world.[Click to read more]

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6 Easy Life Hacks That Immediately Boost Your Energy

by Dr. Shan Hussain, Entrepreneur.com
July 20, 2018

“I just need more energy, doc. What can you give me?” With tiredness becoming more prevalent in today’s society, this is becoming one of the most common questions I hear in my practice. Many people feel tired without really understanding why, and often believe there must be an underlying medical cause. Sometimes, there may be, but...[Click to read more]

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