When you work from where you wish, you face struggles. But many of us never complain because of all the rare and wonderful benefits, and when we do speak up we are met with the same terrible one-sentence dismissive advice.
When you work from home, where you live matters more. When I used to work in Alpharetta [a nice suburb of Atlanta] I knew all the good bike trails, sushi restaurants, and gas stations that carried Sour Skittles. After all,
A few quick notes on recent activity outside of this blog that I’ve been involved in: Vetting People for Remote Work I wrote this article about some approaches for effectively determining if someone will mesh well with your
The only thing cool in this picture are the cats.I know it is probably intended to be funny, like the Oatmeal’s, but I’ve seen it used on Twitter pejoratively (like most things on Twitter). It seems to
Allowing your employees to work from where they wish is not a perk, it is a part of your company’s genetic makeup or it is nothing. Many big companies think that allowing their people to work from home on
We can’t let our people work from home, they might not work. Sounds like you hire clowns. I mean how would I know if they were slacking off? You don’t have any way to tell if
I really don’t like blog posts that tell you to get up early, or go for a run in the morning, or get up even earlier, or focus on your morning. I even wrote some satire to try
Jobs in which you don’t have to show up at an office have a large number of terms that are applied to them. The terms have shifted and will continue to change for a few reasons: This concept,