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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 to make flexible work successful

by Intheblack.com
August 13, 2018

Flexible work arrangements offer a potential win-win for both job-seekers and employers, but making them run well needs trust and good management of several key issues, say the experts. When the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) wanted to hire specialist staff, it knew it was up against private firms offering bigger salaries. The ATO did, however, have a...[Click to read more]

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How to Convince Your Boss to Let You Ditch the Accounting Office and Work From Home

by GRANT HUTCHINSON, Goingconcern.com
August 13, 2018

It’s OK to admit it–you want to work from home. But if your boss forbids it or limits your remote work time, what’s an accountant to do? If you’re lucky, you work for an employer that embraces remote work and flexible work-from-home policies. If you’re tragically unlucky, your company is resisting the remote trend and forbidding work...[Click to read more]

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7 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Working with a Virtual Assistant

by Yoshitaka Shiotsu, Business2community.com
August 13, 2018

Virtual assistants (VA) are remote office assistants. They provide administrative, clerical, and support services that can range from scheduling conference calls and sending invoices to more complex tasks regarding PR, marketing, and project management. Here are seven common mistakes to avoid when working with VAs. 1. Hiring for tasks instead of filling roles Outsource a task...[Click to read more]

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Four secrets of a successful flexible work arrangement policy

by Pam Baker, Searchhrsoftware.techtarget.com
August 11, 2018

The future of work is flexible, and if your company wants to retain its employees, HR must understand how to make this work for employees — and the company. Here’s how. Flexible work arrangements are popular now — and they aren’t a passing trend. “The future of work is all about having the ability to...[Click to read more]

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The Dos And Don’ts Of Managing A Remote Team

by Tom Wozniak, Forbes.com
August 10, 2018

Over the past decade, more companies have become open to enabling team members to work remotely. Over the past five years, the number of companies offering flexible workplace options has grown by 40%, although only 7% of companies in the U.S. make remote work available to most employees, according to Global Workplace Analytics. As technology continues to...[Click to read more]

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