The number of freelance and remote workers in US is set to triple by the year 2020. That’s 42 million people (FreshBooks 2018). If you’re trying to convince your boss that it’s time for you to go remote, Skillcrushposted some killer reasons to bolster your argument.
Working remotely offers its own unique challenges like burnout, isolation and lack of engagement. Let’s dive deep into nine tested-and-tried hacks on keeping your employees connected when they are thousands of miles away from each other. Good stuff by Coworker.com
Can digital nomads contribute to the communities in which they live? How to shape our movement into a model that’s contributes to the social and economic development of the countries (let’s face it - often exotic, but poor countries) in which we base ourselves. Great post from our fellas at Hubud in Bali.
This important question seems to appear in lifestyle blogs and progressive newspapers. One published article recently slung criticism against the ‘privilege’ of remote working; titled, ‘Digital nomads cannot be the future’.
When was the last time you were offline for a whole day? Or even an hour, non-stop, besides from the obvious of being asleep at night or during a flight? Our friends at HR Trend Institute discover advantages of so-called Digital Detox.