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Remote-how Weekly Digest #12

Hello friends, remember the State of Remote Work by Buffer 2018? In-depth study featuring all aspects
Remote-how Weekly Digest #12
By Iwo and Ola from Remote-how • Issue #12 • View online
Hello friends,
remember the State of Remote Work by Buffer 2018? In-depth study featuring all aspects of remote workforce: from job search through in-demand skills analysis all the way to salaries, well-being, productivity and management of distributed teams.
We are super excited to join forces with our friends at Buffer this year.
If you work remotely, take a moment to answer this anonymous form. It takes just 3-5 min. Your response will help us learn more about the needs of remote workers and give us an up-to-date overview of our global community.
New report will be released in early 2019 and Remote-how is the official partner this year!
P.S. If you happen to be in Lisbon on Web Summit now, meet us at stand A-213 on Day 3 - Thursday, Nov 8. Or just book a chat with the founders here.

#remotework greetings from Lisbon
Ola and Iwo from Remote-how

Iwo and Magda at Web Summit. Meet us at stand A-213 on Day 3 (Thu)
Iwo and Magda at Web Summit. Meet us at stand A-213 on Day 3 (Thu)
REMOTE report
Remote freelancers are proactively updating their skills to remain marketable as the job market evolves. 70% of full-time freelancers participated in skill training in past 6 months (compared to 49% of full-time non-freelancers). See new report by UpWork and Freelancers Union in the US.
REMOTE work
The survey of more than 3,000 employees across the globe found that employees who work remotely at least once a month are 24% happier than those who never work off-site.
Remote work now available at 56% of the world's workplaces
REMOTE secuirity
Encourage remote employees to use a company-governed VPN every time they try to access your company’s IT assets.
How to Remain Secure In a Remote Workplace
REMOTE management
Too often, founders and company executives focus their efforts on the technological tools or processes and take for granted the management practices that are required to ensure your distributed teams are set up for success. How to change that?
How To Manage Distributed Teams For Success
REMOTE networking
Make networking a priority when you are working all by yourself. 
7 ways to network when you work at home
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