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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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This is how much time you spend on work emails every day, according to a Canadian survey

by Dani - Elle Dube, Cjob.com
April 21, 2017

The mounting flood of emails employees receive at work every day is becoming such a problem within workplaces that it’s hurting productivity and stressing people out, a new Canadian survey says. According to Carleton University researchers, people now spend one-third of their time at the office – and half of the time they work at...[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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Every Manager Can Become A Better Leader By Asking This One Question

by Jeff Kauflin, Forbes.com
April 21, 2017

Managing is much harder than most people think. First-time managers often find themselves surprised by the difficulty of their new job, and veteran managers are always looking for ways to make their teams more productive. A new report by HR software company HighGround reveals an improvement opportunity that most leaders miss: they should ask their employees,...[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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