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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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5 International Companies That Will Let You Work From Anywhere

by Jen Hubley Luckwaldt, Payscale.com
February 23, 2017

Ninety-three percent of workers say they’re more productive outside the office, according to jobs site FlexJobs, and 100 percent telecommuting roles are the most popular form of flexible work. But even jobs that offer 24/7 work-from-home capabilities often have limitations. For example, many employers require their workers in live in a specific state, for legal...[Click to read more]

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3 Ways to Get More Done Right Now

by Kabir Sehgal, Hbr.org
February 23, 2017

When I need to get something done in a hurry, I use three time management tactics to maximize my available time and sharpen my focus. For instance, when I returned home last year from my active duty military deployment, I had to quickly readjust to my corporate job and get up to speed with team...[Click to read more]

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Signs You’d Be Happier Working From Home You Shouldn’t Ignore

by RACHEL KRANTZ, Bustle.com
February 22, 2017

Growing up, I definitely never thought of myself as an introvert. In fact, one of the first words I used to describe myself was “outgoing” — I raised my hand in class, had friends, and was generally successful. Weren’t introverts shy people who huddled in corners and had a phobia of public speaking? Not necessarily....[Click to read more]

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How to work from home and stay sane

by The Guyliner, Littleatoms.com
February 22, 2017

Homeworkers need downtime too Some might say I’m living the dream, paid to sit at home all day. Working for myself? From home? You’d love to do it, you think – I know, because you always tell me, at parties. “My dream to never leave the house, no commute, arrive at my desk in my...[Click to read more]

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25 Ways To Cut Employee Stress And Boost Productivity

by Alan Kohll, Forbes.com
February 22, 2017

Employee stress is a problem. For every employee. At every company. Stress naturally occurs in the workplace. When left unchecked, it can wreak havoc on employee health and productivity. In fact, stress has been associated with physical problems like a weakened immune system, stomach aches, high blood pressure, hair loss and headaches. It can also...[Click to read more]

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10 International Companies Offering Remote Jobs In 2017

by Karsten Strauss, Forbes.com
February 22, 2017

Lately we’ve been hearing quite a bit about the rise of remote workers, flex-time workers, the Gig Economy” (a cooler way of saying “freelancers”) and an agile workforce. All together, these workers have sought to exert a bit more control over their professional lives by working where, when and how they want. Of professionals in...[Click to read more]

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The Five Traits That Startup Founders Value The Most

by Malini Bhatia, Forbes.com
February 22, 2017

When you decide to work with a startup, it’s more than just a job. Startup founders are looking for a business relationship, something that will last through the many trials and tribulations that inherently come with the fast-paced startup environment. In fact, working at a startup has more similarities to marriage than a traditional job does; you’ll wear a...[Click to read more]

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