Hi there, Remote Work Tribe, and welcome to the first Weekly Roundup of May! If you’re new here, the Weekly Roundup is a collection of the latest remote work threads, relatable Tweets, and helpful resources. Last month, we detailed our journey growing a community. This week, we want to shine a spotlight on other rising communities across the remote space. We were inspired by this Tweet by David...
As you work to improve company wide-communication and drive motivation and morale, take a look at this guide to evaluate the top remote communication tools.
It’s obvious that we’re all going to be on social apps for work. But what about after hours? When it comes time to lock in and scroll, which social platform reigns supreme?
If you missed it, the Remote Work Tribe recently published an entire DIY guide for how to host remote team retreats, both in-person and virtually. Here's what's new.
For a play-by-play of how to handle any remote communication that comes your way, consider this robust guide of remote team communication strategies to be your virtual mentor.
What's better than personalized reading recs? Reading recs that also include relatable threads to share with your team!
A few weeks back, we touched on awful career advice we’ve heard over the years. But that trip down memory lane got us thinking… have you ever had an “expectations vs. reality” moment in your career?
Here is everything you need to know to successfully plan a remote team retreat either in-person or virtually, from the smallest details to the largest considerations. Whether you’re the manager of a complex organization with hundreds of staff, or a team leader with 10 team members, this ultimate DIY guide is for you.
Growing a community can be hard, but you guys make it feel easy.
Whether you’re a freelancer or independent contractor yourself, an agency or organization working with a freelancer, or have freelancer friends, a rise in burnout among freelancers indicates a simultaneous rise in unhealthy work trends.