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How to use LinkedIn hashtags and resume keywords to apply for remote work

Just one in 10 companies expects all their staff to return to the office after the pandemic. Manish Rajput/SOPA Images When looking for remote jobs, it's important to tailor your résumé and cover letter accordingly. Highlighting any previous remote work or related soft skills such as Zoom could go a long way. Optimizing your LinkedIn profile and using the relevant hashtags will catch recruiters' attention. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Remote work might ha...
Tags: Google, UK, Resume, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Linkedin, Remote Work, Google Docs, Job Search, Salesforce, CV, Video Conferencing, Nordic, Remote workers


How To Boost Retention Of Remote Employees

If you want to work effectively with - and retain - your remote team, you need to first understand their needs and wants. The post How To Boost Retention Of Remote Employees appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Managing People, Employee Retention, People Management, Remote workers, Professionalisms, Remote Workforce, Talent Retention, Ryan Fyfe


Managers Deal With The Challenge Of Remote Workers

Managers need to find ways to make remote workers feel like a member of the team Image Credit: ThoroughlyReviewed As we move further and further into the 21st Century, what work looks like is continuing to change. Managers realize that successful teams exhibit a type of office camaraderie where the different members of the team are willing to go above and beyond for the other members of their team. This can start to get tricky when we start to include remote workers as a part of our...
Tags: Careers, Relationship, Play, Manager, Managers, Teams, Staffing, Slack, Bonding, Don, Face to Face, Remote workers, Jim Anderson, Downtime, IT manager skills, IT manager training


We asked baristas what annoys them the most - here are their 8 rules of coffee-shop etiquette

Coffee shop owners and baristas Kat Möller and Luka Sanchez. Courtesy photos/Insider Insider spoke with over 15 baristas to ask about proper coffee shop etiquette. Be friendly to your barista but don't expect them to engage extensively in idle chit-chat. If you're a remote worker, be neat and courteous and purchase more items if you stay for a few hours. See more stories on Insider's business page. Being a barista can be a challenging job. They're on their feet all day, man...
Tags: Coffee, Etiquette, Careers, Jerusalem, Trends, Remote Work, Retail, Starbucks, Coffee Shop, Barista, Pittsburgh, Nordic, Don, Dino, Yellow Springs Ohio, Remote workers


8 things baristas want you to know about coffee shop etiquette

Coffee shop owners and baristas Kat Möller and Luka Sanchez. Courtesy photos/Insider Insider spoke with over 15 baristas to ask about proper coffee shop etiquette. Be friendly to your barista but don't expect them to engage extensively in idle chit-chat. If you're a remote worker, be neat and courteous and purchase more items if you stay for a few hours. See more stories on Insider's business page. Being a barista can be a challenging job. They're on their feet all day, man...
Tags: Coffee, Etiquette, Careers, Jerusalem, Trends, Remote Work, Retail, Starbucks, Coffee Shop, Barista, Pittsburgh, Nordic, Don, Dino, Yellow Springs Ohio, Remote workers


A Twitter exec lays out why he's excited to return to the office, even as the company shifts to a fully remote option: 'We can't just solve for us extroverts'

NurPhoto/Getty Images Twitter is opening its offices in New York and San Francisco for the first time since the pandemic. CFO Ned Segal said he was excited for "guiltless opportunities" to work from home. All Twitter employees can permanently work remotely even as some return to the office. See more stories on Insider's business page. Twitter will be opening its San Francisco, and New York offices for the first time since the pandemic, Twitter CFO Ned Segal said in a tweet on Monda...
Tags: Twitter, Spotify, New York, News, America, San Francisco, Trends, Netflix, Goldman Sachs, Segal, Remote workers, Tech Insider, Ned Segal, Aleeya Mayo, NurPhoto Getty Images Twitter


Digital nomads have been escaping big cities for years. Here's why remote workers are starting to do the same.

The pandemic has led some employees to leap into the digital nomad lifestyle. Cavan Images/Getty Images The pandemic gave workers an opportunity to "reinvent their relationship with work." Burnout is a prime factor behind workers seeking out a better work-life balance. The digital nomad lifestyle is an attractive option to employees who may not want to return to the office. See more stories on Insider's business page. If one thing is clear about remote work, it's this: Many peopl...
Tags: Asia, New York, London, Bali, Indonesia, Opinion, US, Trends, Strategy, Thailand, United States, Burnout, West Virginia University, Digital Nomads, Chiang Mai, Nordic


3 things to do when building and managing a remote team

Remotely connecting to celebrate even small moments as a group builds a positive team dynamic and members will feel less alienated. Westend61/Getty Images Building and maintaining a strong team is important for businesses that are currently operating remotely. Entrepreneur Joy Chen successfully launched her beauty business last year with remote team members. She says staying connected and treating everyone equally was key to developing a positive team dynamic. See more stories on Insider...
Tags: Entrepreneur, Trends, Strategy, Linkedin, Management, Victor, Team Building, Nordic, Don, Contributor, Remote workers, Communication Skills, WFH, Contributor 2019, Joy Chen


3 things to consider before renegotiating salaries for remote workers who moved during the pandemic

Some employers may consider compensating employees based on their new remote location, Westend61/Getty Images There's a trend of remote workers living in rural areas but earning salaries meant for large cities. Employers may consider localized compensation to account for remote workers' new location. Be careful to avoid penalizing employees who moved and communicate with them before any change. See more stories on Insider's business page. The pandemic has changed the way we li...
Tags: Opinion, Entrepreneur, Trends, Strategy, Salaries, Equal Pay, Nordic, Salary Negotiation, Contributor, Remote workers, United States Census Bureau, Contributor 2019, Stav Vaisman


Ford paves the way as the first automaker to allow 86,000 employees to work from home permanently

Ford's new policy will be introduced in July. Bill Pugliano/Getty Images Ford has become the first auto company to announce employees can work from home in the long-term. The company will explore flexible arrangements from July, depending on individual responsibilities. A survey showed 95% of employees wanted a hybrid form of working and felt more productive at home. See more stories on Insider's business page. Ford has become the first automobile company to shift towards remote ...
Tags: Google, Work From Home, Transportation, Spotify, Washington Post, International, Trends, General Motors, Remote Work, Employee Engagement, Ford, Toyota, Salesforce, The Washington Post, Cnbc, Remote Working


From LinkedIn hashtags to résumé keywords, these are the best ways to tailor your application for remote work

Just one in 10 companies expects all their staff to return to the office after the pandemic. Manish Rajput/SOPA Images When looking for remote jobs, it's important to tailor your résumé and cover letter accordingly. Highlighting any previous remote work or related soft skills such as Zoom could go a long way. Optimizing your LinkedIn profile and using the relevant hashtags will catch recruiters' attention. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Remote work might have been ...
Tags: Google, Resume, International, Careers, Trends, Linkedin, Remote Work, Google Docs, Job Search, Salesforce, CV, Video Conferencing, Remote workers, BI International, Cover Letter, UK Weekend


Rising remote work is upping job inequality in European capitals and 'scarring' some sectors, says OECD report

The expansion of remote working has led to labor inequalities in major European capitals. t: Alexander Spatari/Getty Images An report by the OECD and Indeed warned that remote working may aggravate labor inequality.  Analyzing job postings for major European capitals, experts said the service sector may be scarred. The percentage of remote job postings is increasing but the job market has still not recovered. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Remote working options ha...
Tags: Google, UK, London, Labor, France, Germany, Berlin, International, Careers, Trends, Tech, Remote Work, Job Market, Spain, Economic Inequality, Paris


People have started 'fake commuting' because they crave the alone time they used to get on their way to the office - and experts say it's a smart idea

"I had started to gain weight over lockdown, and I knew it was mainly because I wasn't moving around during the day," said Charlotte Barnacle. Courtesy photo Many work-from-homers are missing the alone time that once came with commuting to and from the office each day. Librarian Lucy Ahmad says she's incorporated an hour-long 'fake commute' walk into the end of her day during the pandemic to help transition from work to personal time. Whether a morning run, short drive, or daily walk, ...
Tags: Trends, Strategy, Work Life Balance, Mental Health, Cameron, Miami, Commuting, Kate, Nordic, Raymond, Ahmad, Remote workers, Oxfordshire UK, WFH, Akanksha Singh, COVID-19


Tulsa, Oklahoma, is paying remote workers $10,000 to move there for a year

Sean Pavone/Getty Images Tulsa Remote is offering remote workers a $10,000 grant to move to the Oklahoma city for a year. People who move will get help finding housing, as well as a year-long membership at a local co-working space. Candidates must live outside of Oklahoma and be in full-time employment that they can carry out remotely. Tulsa is Oklahoma's second-largest city, and house prices are 43% below the national average. The program aims to fuel its growth.  Visit Business Insider'...
Tags: Work From Home, New York City, Trends, Economy, Oklahoma, Remote Working, Oklahoma City, Tulsa Oklahoma, Tulsa, George Kaiser Family Foundation, Telecommuting, Remote workers, Tulsa Remote, Grace Dean, Sean Pavone Getty


How to Manage Anti-Deadline “Perfectionist” Remote Workers

With the move to remote working for many businesses, some temporarily and some that may or have become permanent, the need to hold employees accountable has magnified immensely. Remote workers need to have clearly defined goals and objectives as well as clear expectations about their daily, weekly and monthly deliverables. So what do you do […]
Tags: Sales, Human Resources, Perfectionist, Managing Employees, Remote workers, Remote Employees


Agency Life: 10 Ways to Prevent Burnout During 2020

Agency life is stressful during good times and bad. When things are good, growth can happen faster than hiring and onboarding can keep up. When things are bad, people know that their jobs might be at risk. It’s rare for an agency to be in that perfect sweet spot where slow growth moves along at just the right pace. That’s why, despite how it’s been glorified in countless movies and TV shows over the year, agency life can be tough. For us at Ignite Social Media and our influencer marketing aff...
Tags: Work From Home, Seo, Company Culture, Remote Work, Michigan, North Carolina, Agency Life, Individual, Peloton, Remote workers, Ignite Social Media, Carusele, Remote Employees, Agency Culture, Working At Home, Work From Home Agency


Remote Employees: A Study on Productivity, Perceptions, and Perks

Remote Employees: Productivity, Perceptions, and Perks In an ever-changing digital workplace, the office itself may become the latest to go obsolete. Recent research suggests more than 40 percent of workers have worked remotely to some extent, and this telecommuting trend is only likely to intensify. A growing number of corporations have embraced work-from-home options. Finding participating employees […]
Tags: Work From Home, Technology, Featured, News, Trends, Recruiting, Case Study, Guest Post, Human Resources, Hiring, Staffing, Branding, Blog Posts, Remote workers, Talent Acquisition, COVID-19 Resources


[PODCAST] Oracle – Helping HR Through Uncertain Times with Gretchen Alarcon

Oracle: Helping HR Through Uncertain Times Welcome back to another episode of RecruitingLive! Today we are going to be talking with Gretchen Alarcon from Oracle. Gretchen leads the Product Strategy organization at Oracle with a focus on HCM Cloud products. We will be delving into how Oracle is helping HR during this crisis. That is kind of […]
Tags: Podcast, Technology, Featured, News, Podcasts, Trends, HR, Human Resources, Oracle, Branding, Gretchen, Blog Posts, Remote workers, Business Continuity, William Tincup, Recruitinglive


Remote Working Checklist for Managing Partners

This article is derived from actual counseling sessions with managing partners who are operating under tremendous pressure and are doing the best they can to prioritize the the key elements of Remote Working. Topics: financial viability staff who were mainly office-related – receptionist, etc. protecting existing relationships care of staff and vendors effectiveness at marketing and business development video production (including equipment) quality – standards of excelle...
Tags: Managing Partners, Remote Working, Virtual, Citrix, Remote workers, Distributed, Virtual Workers, Law Firm Remote Working, Distributed Workers


How Can You Spread Tacit Knowledge in Virtual Settings?

One of the areas their people forget about when they go virtually is the amount of knowledge that is spread informally within an organization. One of the best descriptions I think of is to look at your virtual meetings from a writer’s perspective; first, second, and third-person points of view. Your meeting notes are generated Read More ...
Tags: Marketing, Developers, Freelancers, Independent Contractors, Contractors, Glassdoor, Team Building, Remote, Consultants, Guru, Team Building Category, Remote workers, Storytelling Category, Employee Onboarding, Onboarding Freelancers


Keeping Remote Workers Engaged During Tumultuous Times

Engaging Remote Workers It’s the year 2020, and there are still leaders who’ve never managed a remote workforce–until now. The number of companies asking employees to work from home, due to the Coronavirus scare, is multiplying faster than the actual virus. Here’s how to keep remote employees engaged and productive during these tumultuous times. Give people control. Telling everyone they must work from home in most situations does not make sense. Here’s why. There will be peopl...
Tags: Amazon, Leadership, Employee Engagement, Employee Retention, Don, Creating Exceptional Work Places, Remote workers, Grub Hub


Onboarding Freelancers LinkedIn Group

The Expanding Use of Freelancers As Part of Your Strategy: In the past, we only thought of Freelancers as people to carry out specific time-based tasks – an outside vendor. Or, someone that could do it off-shore at a lower cost. As the use of Freelancers proliferate across organizational departments new ways of thinking are Read More ...
Tags: Marketing, Developers, Freelancers, Independent Contractors, Contractors, Upwork, Remote, Consultants, Guru, Linkedin Group, Remote workers, Employee Onboarding, Creative Circle, Onboarding Freelancers


Vermont paying remote workers 10k

Vermont is the place of dreams for East Coast city slickers looking to get away from it all. On January 1, the state is giving remote workers the chance to live that dream by applying for a $10,000 grant to move to the Green Mountain State and make it their new hub. “We’re the second-to-smallest state in the nation, and we’re also getting older, so we really need to make sure there’s more of a workforce here,” said Joan Goldstein, commissioner of the Vermont Department of Economic Developmen...
Tags: Travel, US, Remote Work, Fast Company, East Coast, Vermont, All, Tulsa Oklahoma, Tulsa, Tulsa County, Green Mountain State, George Kaiser Family Foundation, Remote workers, Working Remotely, Vermont Department of Economic Development, Work Remote


Remote workers initiative in Tulsa

Oklahoma has never seemed so exciting. As part of a new initiative, the city of Tulsa is offering $10,000 in grants and other benefits to those who move there and work remotely for a year. Tulsa Remote, funded by The George Kaiser Family Foundation, encourages those with full-time remote employment, or who are self-employed, to relocate to Tulsa to develop their business. Each $10,000 grant will be administered over the course of the year, with $2,500 for relocation expenses, followed by $500...
Tags: Travel, News, US, Oklahoma, Tulsa, Tulsa County, Tulsa World, George Kaiser Family Foundation, Remote workers, Levit, Ken Levit, Tulsa Remote, Remote workers Tulsa, Tulsa Arts District, Tulsa County Applicants


10 Lessons I Learned From Building and Managing a Remote Team

By Aljaz Fajmut Remote teams are on the rise with startups and small businesses. A TINYPulse study reports that 91% of remote workers are more productive than their office-dwelling counterparts, which is good news for the workers—and more importantly, it’s good news for you. Having remote workers also means you don’t need to spend extra cash on office space. Fantastic. However, building and managing a remote team isn’t always easy. Research has shown that remote workers can feel left out, which ...
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10 Lessons I Learned From Building and Managing a Remote Team

By Aljaz Fajmut Remote teams are on the rise with startups and small businesses. A TINYPulse study reports that 91% of remote workers are more productive than their office-dwelling counterparts, which is good news for the workers—and more importantly, it’s good news for you. Having remote workers also means you don’t need to spend extra cash on office space. Fantastic. However, building and managing a remote team isn’t always easy. Research has shown that remote workers can feel left out, which ...
Tags: Sales, Remote Work, Operations, Facebook Twitter, Aljaz, Remote workers, Hiring & Firing, Telecommuting & Home Office, Key Lessons for Entrepreneurs Starting A Business, Slack Trello Telegram Facebook, Aljaz Fajmut Aljaz Fajmut, RankTrackr


Is Remote Work Right for Your Small Business Employees?

Finding and keeping qualified small business employees is more challenging than ever. With job openings growing and unemployment at record lows, one way to attract candidates to your business—and retain the employees you already have—is to offer the ability to work remotely. Working remotely is a popular benefit for employees, but before allowing remote work, it’s important to know what it takes to help your employees succeed. A new survey by time tracking company TSheets has some insights about...
Tags: Sales, Company Culture, Slack, Staffing & HR, Remote workers, TSheets


Is Remote Work Right for Your Small Business Employees?

Finding and keeping qualified small business employees is more challenging than ever. With job openings growing and unemployment at record lows, one way to attract candidates to your business—and retain the employees you already have—is to offer the ability to work remotely. Working remotely is a popular benefit for employees, but before allowing remote work, it’s important to know what it takes to help your employees succeed. A new survey by time tracking company TSheets has some insights about...
Tags: Sales, Company Culture, Slack, Staffing & HR, Remote workers, TSheets


Distributed teams are rewriting the rules of office(less) politics

When we think about designing our dream home, we don’t think of having a thousand roommates in the same room with no doors or walls. Yet in today’s workplace where we spend most of our day, the purveyors of corporate office design insist that tearing down walls and bringing more people closer together in the same physical space will help foster better collaboration while dissolving the friction of traditional hierarchy and office politics. But what happens when there is no office at all? This is...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Facebook, Enterprise, Wordpress, Tech, Nike, Culture, Bob, Talent, Hiring, Buffer, Matt Mullenweg, Automattic, Foster, Basecamp


9 Ways to Manage Your Remote Workers Easily and Effectively

When you hire remote workers, you can get the exact skill set you need to get certain jobs done, regardless of where your employees are based. And if you allow your current onsite staff to telecommute, you give employees the ability to work at their own pace, while at the same time improving overall employee morale. However, there can be issues when employees don’t work in your office. This is why we asked entrepreneurs the following question: Q. Hiring remote employees has multiple benefits...
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