Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this internship season is unlike other years. Just before the start of summer, companies faced a difficult decision: cancel summer plans for their interns or transition internships to remote work.
It’s important to understand the differences between salary vs. hourly pay, whether you’re an employer or employee. Knowing the pros and cons will help you decide which option suits you or your business best.
The Estonian term vanemapuhkus literally translates, word for word, into “parental vacation”. Any parent who’s been on this so-called vacation knows that it’s almost always anything but.
f you’ve opened our Toggl Windows app recently, you might have noticed a few differences. The big design overhaul is finally here and we wanted to share a quick overview of key changes.
Toggl is a fully remote company, with people scattered across the world (in 19 different time zones). But where do we actually sit (or stand) and work when we work from home?
Working from home may once have been perceived as a welcome reprieve. But some people are finding that the work-from-home reality is a far cry from the fantasy.
The career ladder today is no longer predictable or predetermined. But for those who know which projects to take on, this can be an opportunity.
Have you heard about the studies that state working from home offers a major productivity boost? You have a confession to make: This has not been your experience so far.
Your entire team has had to rapidly adjust to working from home, and it’s thrown a wrench in things. But here’s the good news: Drafting a work from home policy can help get everybody on the same page.
As frequent travel and location-independence become more common, can telecommuting still claim a positive green environmental impact?
Looking to run a green business? Offering work from home opportunities to employees could be one of the best things you do for the environment.
The growth of the gig economy and precarious work has challenged traditional employment. Now it’s starting to challenge our identities.