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Five Reasons to Embrace the Remote Work Trend for Your Company

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, remote work has become the norm for countless companies – many of which would not have made it through the last few years if it weren’t for employees working from home.

Tips for Managing a Hybrid Team

If You’re Thinking Of Requiring Your Employees to Return to the Office, Think Again!

For the past three years – since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic – countless employers across the US have allowed their employees to work from home. Now, as many businesses are asking their workers to return to the office, they’re finding out that those remote workers are resisting. And that’s putting it mildly.

How to Stay Current with Remote Work Trends in 2023

The dramatic increase in people working from home that occurred in 2020 at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic may seem now like a distant memory. And it’s true that both remote workers and their managers have, by this time, settled into their new “normal” work routines. But, as is the case with any aspect of the work we perform day after day, the remote work phenomenon continues to evolve.

Five Steps to Prepare Your Employees for a Hybrid Work Model

If you’re like many other managers and company owners, telling your employees that they are required to work onsite all the time may sound like an unreasonable demand. This is especially true given the fact that so many workers have fully embraced the flexibility of working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic and – as much as we’d like to think otherwise – chances are that the pandemic is far from over.

The Best Way for Managers to Deal with Employees Abusing Remote Work Privileges

By now, it’s no secret that most employees really value the flexibility of working from home. Even though the COVID 19 pandemic appears to be over for the most part, workers who were once afforded the opportunity to work remotely are hesitant to let go of that privilege.

How to Attract and Hire the Best Employees (Spoiler Alert – It’s All About Remote Work!)

One of the greatest challenges facing employers in our current business climate is attracting and hiring good employees. In this post-pandemic environment, it seems as though there are more job vacancies than there are talented workers to fill those jobs. The key to attracting talent is to offer potential employees what they want most. And we’re not just talking about good salaries, although that’s certainly part of the equation.

The Surprising Benefits of Remote Work

It may seem like we’ve been in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic for many years. But the fact is that (as of this writing) it was only a short 2 ½ years ago that people across the US and around the world began to experience the life-changing ramifications of the pandemic. At that time, companies and businesses began to close down, and an increasing number of people began to work from home on a regular basis.

How to Manage a Remote Team without Micromanaging

Any experienced manager can tell you how challenging it can be to walk the fine line between being an involved manager and micromanaging. That is true enough when you’re in the same location as your employees, but it can be even more of a mystery when trying to manage a remote team. Fortunately, being an effective manager for remote staff isn’t nearly as daunting as it may seem at first.

Why Remote Work is a Win-Win for Everyone

There’s no doubt about it -- the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an exponential increase in the number of people working from home. And while it may be more obvious to see the benefits of remote work from the employee point of view, the truth is that allowing staff members to work from home is beneficial to employers as well. What follows are some reasons why remote work is a win-win for everyone.


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