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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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How working from home affects wage growth

by Lauren Acurantes, Hrdmag.com.sg
January 23, 2017

A study recently released by researchers from the University of Iowa (UI) and the University of Texas (UT) revealed that telecommuting or working from home adds more time to an employees work week with little to no extra pay. “To think that telecommuting eases the burden may be a little simplistic,” said Mary Noonan, study...[Click to read more]

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How to Reach Millennials at Work

by Alexa Lemzy, Talkincloud.com
January 20, 2017

The millennial generation has revolutionized communication in the workplace. To be effective in your communication with your millennial employees, it’s ideal to incorporate a variety of technological and interpersonal strategies as millennials value both face-to-face conversation and technological innovation. By now, most people know that millennials don’t do voicemail, with one famously comparing it to...[Click to read more]

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TECHNOLOGY IS CHANGING THE WAY WOMEN (AND MILLENNIALS) WORK

by ANNA JORDAN, Verilymag.com
January 20, 2017

“Put that down!” my daughter stomped her tiny foot on the kitchen floor. I looked up from my phone and said my standard “just a second” catchphrase. “Not just a second! Please! Mommy!” My 3-year-old was understandably frustrated. I had pressed pause on the Frozen soundtrack in order to answer a phone call, and then...[Click to read more]

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5 myths about working with remote teams

by Richard Lyons, e27.co
January 20, 2017

Remote work is gaining popularity globally as more skilled employees and contractors look for autonomous positions. Despite this, some companies continue to avoid engaging remote workers for their business activities. These organisations may still be hesitant and are not always receptive towards the idea of having team members that are located in multiple geographical locations. Using remote...[Click to read more]

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Telecommuting: Companies Struggle to Implement Programs, Despite Workforce Preference

by Marisol Martinez, Business2community.com
January 20, 2017

Technological advances, employee preferences, and the willingness of companies to create greater efficiencies make work-from-home the clear path of the future as the old 9-to-5 “be in the office and at your desk” model fades. The Benefits of Work at Home are Strong for Companies and Workers Telecommuting is a mode of work more companies...[Click to read more]

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Think Beyond Telecommuting When Looking for Flexible Work

by Jen Hubley Luckwaldt, Payscale.com
January 19, 2017

Working from home isn’t for every worker — and even if it were, it might not be for every manager or every employer. Although 100 percent telecommuting roles remain the most popular flexible work option with workers, according to jobs site FlexJobs, other types of non-traditional work schedules aren’t far behind. When asked which types...[Click to read more]

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Working remotely? Don’t host your data — look to the cloud

by Tom Shanley, Rgj.com
January 18, 2017

In today’s business world the need to stay connected to the office has become critical. Remote employees working from various areas of the globe require the flexibility to access voice and data messages from multiple devices and applications. Your ability to collaborate on the go coincides with your organization’s ability to offer unified communications (UC),...[Click to read more]

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