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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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This Major Company Is Currently Hiring Work-from-Home Employees

by Jessica Mattern, Yahoo.com
April 22, 2017

From Woman’s Day More Americans are working from home than ever before-over 3.7 million people, according to Global Workplace Analytics. If you’re looking to get in on the telecommuting trend too, you might want to check out this enticing opportunity. Cigna is looking to fill more than 100 work-from-home positions in the U.S., according to...[Click to read more]

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NomadList Helps You Find Remote Work-Friendly Cities, Based on Your Priorities

by Stephanie Lee, Lifehacker.com
April 21, 2017

Because I both work and travel, I choose destinations based on a few important things: fast, reliable internet, food, general safety, culture, and foo—oops, I said that already. One of the key resources I use for learning more about a place before I go is NomadList, a handy resource that’s built for digital nomads or...[Click to read more]

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Why remote working is the future of research and innovation

by RAMYA SRIRAM, Kolabtree.com
April 21, 2017

When we think of remote working or the term ‘digital nomad’, we are likely to conjure up images of people lying under coconut trees in exotic locations, typing away into laptops. In reality, however, remote working is already part of our daily lives and is becoming as ‘normal’ as an office/desk job. We’re all turning...[Click to read more]

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The 5 Deadly Sins Of Remote Working

by PHILIPP WEISER, Businesscomputingworld.co.uk
April 21, 2017

No matter whether you’re on holiday, on a business trip or working from home, modern remote access technologies have given us all the ability to access our PCs from anywhere, on any device and at any time. Clearly this brings with it huge advantages for business, making workforces more flexible, responsive and productive than ever...[Click to read more]

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How to navigate the perils of the home office

by Rex Huppke, Chicagotribune.com
April 21, 2017

Ever since workplace advice was invented — shortly after Neanderthals discovered “the meeting” — it has focused primarily on our daily lives in office environments. There are tips on dealing with annoying co-workers and unfair dress codes and difficult bosses, suggestions for surviving crowded staff meetings and detailed rules for proper break-room refrigerator etiquette.[Click to read more]

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Strip the taboo from home working

by Steve Simmance, Thegrocer.co.uk
April 20, 2017

We can track every movement and step staff take when working remotely. We can communicate with them using the latest technology. We’ve trained them to know their responsibilities, even when thousands of miles away. So why then, in the majority of grocery employers, is working from home such a mute subject? Is it because, despite...[Click to read more]

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