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.
A well-designed home office can make all the difference between getting that one thing done and napping for 3 hours.
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.
Not everything needs to be a side hustle, and not every hobby needs to make us more marketable. Set out to try something new with no expectations attached.
If you’ve recently been toying with the idea of a career shift, here are ten telltale signs that there’s no time like the present.
Making New Year’s resolutions is a way to articulate values. Publicly sharing them could actually be more helpful than accomplishing them.
The growth of the gig economy and precarious work has challenged traditional employment. Now it’s starting to challenge our identities.
When trying to land remote clients who you will likely never meet in-person, be proactive about cultivating your online presence.
If you want your remote clients to stick around, be sure to establish clear expectations, processes, and lines of communication.
A project debrief is the process of analyzing a completed project to discover what went well, what didn’t, and what improvements can be made for next time.