How to ruin remote working and end up in hell
In a previous article, we found the best way to successfully switch to remote working heaven, but we need to remain vigilant as there are some potential traps. If we are not careful (or just plain negligent), we risk getting caught and falling into a spiral of remote working hell.
“Hell exists! I’ve been there!” It’s not something you often hear about remote working. Indeed, it’s hard to find negative voices among either managers or employees when it comes to their remote working experience.
For employees, the satisfaction rate for remote working is over 95%. According to a survey by AfterCollege, 68 percent of millennial job seekers consider that working […]