The Everything Guide to Remote Work: The Ultimate Resource for Remote Employees, Hybrid Workers, and Digital Nomads (Everything®) (Paperback)
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Discover the secret to being productive and successful no matter where you are with this essential guide to remote work.
During COVID-19, working from home became the new normal. Now, both employers and employees find that the remote work they were forced to adjust to may be, well, better—financially, sustainably, and even in terms of overall morale and productivity.
But working from home is not without its challenges. It can be difficult to eliminate distractions, strike a solid work/life balance, and maintain social connections that are crucial in the workplace. Whether you’re trying to find and land a job from the comfort of your home, learning to manage a virtual team, or dream of living a digital nomad lifestyle, The Everything Guide to Remote Work has everything you need to be successful. You’ll learn to optimize your own workplace culture, whether it’s in your home office or a constantly changing backdrop. So whether your company continues to work remotely full time or you only have to go to the office a few days a week, you’ll be armed with all the tools you’ll need to make the most out of this new lifestyle.
About the Author
Jill Duffy is a writer and journalist covering remote work, personal productivity, and technology. She’s a long-time contributing editor and columnist at PCMag, where she writes about software, tools, and techniques people can use to stay organized and productive. Her column, “Get Organized” teaches people how to be more organized in their digital life regardless of technical skill level. Her work has also appeared in Fast Company, BBC, Reviewed, and Popular Science, among other print and online publications. She’s been quoted by major newspapers including The New York Times and USA TODAY, and has appeared on National Public Radio, CNBC, and other major media outlets and podcasts. She also speaks at corporate functions, conferences, and educational events about personal productivity, remote work, and technology. She brings a global perspective to her writing, having lived and worked in the US, the UK, Romania, India, and Guatemala