After the uncertainty of 2020, it’s understandable to have mixed feelings about goal setting in 2021. Here's how the Remote Work Tribe is handling it.
The holiday season is officially in full swing and you know what that means… Our cheer factor? Way on. Our Slack notifications? Way off. That’s right, we’re officially learning to unplug!
If the title of today’s roundup didn’t clue you in, this week we’re going to jump straight into the super-relatable Twitter trends that we loved.
This week in remote news, the Slack acquisition cost Salesforce a cool $27.7 billion. Discover how remote employees are reacting to the news.
Remote work wouldn’t be possible without teamwork and an entrepreneurial mindset. Discover why we're grateful for both.
One of the first stages of burnout is neglecting personal needs to focus solely on work. It’s crucial to take the time to engage in remote work self-care activities that relax and rejuvenate both the body and mind.
Check out our favorite remote work playlists to stay motivated all week long.
It’s time for a remote check-in — how are you and your remote team this week? Check out what the Remote Work Tribe has been up to.
Spooky season is almost nearing a close, but not without one last scare: burnout. If you’re late to the party, let us catch you up and share our latest remote work resource.
Of course, seeking shelter warm at home while the world outside is cold and wet sounds like an obvious benefit of remote work. But aside from comfort and flexibility, there are a ton of remote work benefits not everyone in the workforce saw coming pre-pandemic.