Remote Work has become increasingly common over the past weeks to stay safe and protect those around us.
At Nearsoft we have been working from home for over 10 years, so we’ve put together a list of resources to ease your transition from office to home.
Take a look at the experiences of our community members.
Working remotely poses some challenges, I know this first hand. I turned to one of my favorite Slack communities, Women In Tech, and we discussed the challenges of working remotely as well as ways to overcome them.
Staying present when working remotely takes work, it doesn’t come for free as when you are co-located with the rest of your team. Here are 12 things you need to do and must turn into enduring habits to succeed at working remotely.
As a software developer who worked almost eight years remotely I have a lot of experiences to share. Working from home has a lot of advantages, but it also has a lot of challenges.
A couple of weeks ago the question “Can designers work remotely?” surfaced. And the answer is YES. The UX Team at Nearsoft has been doing it successfully for over ten years.
With so many people working from home worldwide, now more than ever treating each other like adults – and people acting as adults – is so important to maintain business continuity and high morale.
From the authors’ description: Remote shows both employers and employees how they can work together, remotely, from any desk, in any place, anytime, anywhere.
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