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Future of work predictions have been accelerated by COVID-19. Here’s what we’re likely to see after the lockdown ends.
Prior to the pandemic, many enterprise leaders didn’t believe remote work was on the immediate horizon.
Optionality in business and finance has long been cherished for being the only strategy that gains rather than loses value from market landscape volatility.
The challenges posed by crises don't come without their share of positive innovations, breakthroughs, and success stories.
Millions of people in the US are now working remotely to stay safe from the COVID-19 pandemic.
This is not normal remote work—this is working from home during a pandemic. Here’s how to make the most of it.
As global trade has grown over the last 200 years, the trade of services—including industries like software development, consulting, design, and marketing—has been largely left out. Until now.
When did you first realize the benefits of remote work? Were you hearing requests from your employees for more flexibility around their work?
The psychological and physical problems of burned-out employees cost an estimated — $125-$190 billion annually in the US.
In this episode, the CEO of Toptal, Taso DuVal and I kick off the “Rise of Remote” series with a conversation about the state of remote work.
For this episode I am joined by Ed Pederson, the VP of Product Development at Kelly Services, and my Toptal colleague, Rory Spanier.
The abruptness of recent work trends has brought about unique risks.