Most people think that working remotely is being free most of the day, working just a couple of hours at the beach and uploading selfies to Instagram. This is not true. At least not 100% true.
When someone mentions remote work, most people, first of all, think of the freedom and numerous benefits it gives. Indeed, working remotely can be much more fun than sitting in a crowded office.
Herein, we’ll cover the best time tracking software that’s open-sourced and available for free.
In this piece, we’ll take a look at some of the strategies you can adopt to negotiate and prepare yourself for a smooth transitioning from the realms of the office cubicle space to the comfort and warmness of your own apartment.
Here's my personal story of why working from home is not always a good idea.
I talked to Tim Burgess, the Director of Shield GEO Services Limited, a Global Employer Organization (GEO), an expert in outsourced employment and international remote work.
In a race to become the most efficient remote worker, we often neglect the work-life balance. How to avoid burnout? Our guide is designed to help you!
In this article, I interview a digital nomad, freelance web developer, and IT teacher, Vasili, who quit his office job and moved to the Island in the Pacific Ocean.
In this ultimate hiring guide, we’ll cover the differences between different types of developers, explain things to look for in developers’ resumes and pitfalls to avoid.
In this article, I share the lessons I learned after working remotely for a year. Some lessons are NOT what you’d expect.
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